Canyon Elementary School, built in 1894, is one of the oldest elementary schools in Los Angeles. The original and historic one-room schoolhouse, which is still on campus, now serves as a library.
Prior to Covid a classroom replacement project was discussed. Now a new zoom meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, October 6, updating the replacement project.
LAUSD Facilities staff will discuss:
- Project Overview
- Design Update
- Anticipated construction schedule
- Community Engagement
At the April 2019 meeting held in the Canyon Elementary auditorium, attendees were told the construction would be in two-stages.
Phase one would include removal of a two-classroom Department of Housing (DOH) relocatable building along Entrada Drive and replacement with a certified two-classroom relocatable building, installation of a new restroom building, ADA upgrades including new accessible parking spaces, a new fire hydrant and removal of one tree.
Phase two was supposed to involve construction of a two-story, seven-classroom building along Amalfi. The lower three classrooms would be for kindergarten and would include a separate playground. Next to it a one-story science building would be built.
Three years ago, the estimated cost for phase one and for phase two design was $5,425,456. Funding and the final cost had not been identified.
Attendees were told it would be a one-to-one replacement and no extra students will be added to the campus.
The Zoom Online Meeting Link: https://lausd.zoom.us/j/81841674299 and the Webinar Meeting ID # is 818 4167 4299. The phone # is (213) 338‐8477 ID #: 818 4167 4299.