K-8 School Modernization and New Construction
The Longfellow School was constructed in 1954 as an elementary school facility and consisted originally of four main permanent buildings. Since then, there has been the addition of a permanent classroom building and permanent library building. The school also added 17 portable classrooms as it has grown from and elementary school to a K-8 Language Immersion School. The modernization will add required square footage to handle the increase in grade levels served, as well as provide specialty classrooms required for a middle school curriculum. This includes removing all existing portable classrooms and providing a two-story 6-8 classroom building, kindergarten classrooms, and a single-story 1-5 classroom building. This work also includes a Multi-Purpose building addition to expand multipurpose room and add a music room. This will also include new physical education changing rooms, new middle school science lab, artificial turf field, new running track.
San Diego Unified School District
31,955 Mod/ 17,418 New Construction