Voters approved Measure A, a $41.3 million school bond, in June 2010. An estimated $17.5 million will be spent on the construction of the 24 new classrooms, which will be split evenly across the two campuses. Nine standard classrooms and three laboratory classrooms will be built at each site, according to Joe White, associate superintendent of business for the Mountain View Los Altos Union High School District.
Two single-story buildings will be constructed on the Mountain View campus — one group of three labs and another group of classrooms. The buildings will line the northern edge of the campus and face Bryant Avenue.
All 12 classrooms on the Los Altos campus will be contained within a two-story building (pictured above), with three standard classrooms and three labs on the first floor, six standard classrooms on the second floor, and an open-air courtyard with benches in the center. The classrooms will be built in the middle of the campus, abutting the northeastern corner of the football field and the center field fence of the baseball diamond.
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