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Series B Projects
Series B work scope includes renovation of classrooms, library, and administration building; additional security fencing; and new drop-off / pick-up zones.
Series A Projects
Series A work scope includes substantial site work, the construction of a two-story math and science classroom, modernizing existing facilities, and securing the campus through the installation of new perimeter fencing and access gates.
New Math and Science Building
Site Preparation and Construction
Completion and Ribbon-cutting Ceremony
On September 14, 2017, EUSD hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new two-story Science and Math Building at Mission Middle School:
Approximately 100 parents, students, teachers, administrators, and community leaders attended the celebration and took tours of the state-of-the-art STEM facility:
- Cost: $7.5 million
- Size: Two stories, 16,884 square feet
- Occupancy date: Pending final inspection, students and teachers will begin to use the building in October 2017.
- Energy efficiency: The building has six-inch walls, efficient air conditioning and lighting systems, and fins on exterior windows to block direct sunlight but allow ambient light.
- Built for collaboration: The building reflects EUSD’s new open concept, project-based learning approach to classroom design. All science labs and math classrooms have roll-up garage doors that open onto two centrally-located project rooms for students. The building also has two collaboration rooms for teachers.
- Construction: The building took seven months to complete via a high-quality modular construction process. Thirty-six modules were built off-site, transported to Mission, and then assembled on-site:
The Science and Math Building is home to four science labs with durable tables that are perfect for performing hands-on science experiments:
The building is also home to six math classrooms, some with seating optimized for project-based learning and collaboration between students: