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Facility Upgrades Take Place Over Summer 2017

August 23, 2017:  As almost 4,800 students return for the 2017/2018 school year, the Moreland School District announced that facility upgrades and renovations took place over the summer to meet the growing needs of the Moreland staff, students, and community.  The excellence of Moreland’s seven schools not only relies on the innovation inside the classroom, but on the infrastructure outside the classroom as well.

With Moreland’s Measure K Bond Money, state grants and other facilities funding, the following projects were completed this past summer:

  • Updated classrooms with new furniture for Moreland Middle School

  • Replaced carpeting in some locations at Latimer and Moreland Middle School

  • Renovated locker rooms, music building, and portables for Latimer

  • Resurfaced blacktop at Country Lane and Moreland Middle School

  • Resurfaced track at Easterbrook Discovery School

  • Planned design for the Moreland Middle School Band Room

  • Cleaned and serviced school buses, including new CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) fuel tanks on one bus

  • Cleaned every District school site inside and out, including landscaping and maintenance of the solar panels.  

  • Participated  in California’s Prop 39 Clean Energy Jobs Act, from the California Energy Commission

Still coming up this year, Latimer will be opening their new modular middle school building, parking lot, and several sites will have renewed playgrounds and resurfacing.  Construction timelines are affected by weather, DSA approvals, and manufacturing delays.  We are carefully monitoring the timelines and will keep the community updated along the way.

The Moreland School District would like to thank the community for its continued support.  To participate in the Measure K Bond Oversight Committee, please contact the Moreland School District at