Canalino Elementary School / Carpinteria Family School
The conceptual plan for Canalino / CFS provides a unique identity for both schools and provides the appropriate separation between “little kid” and “big kid” areas. Restrooms campus-wide will be modernized. Other improvements include upgrading existing classrooms, remodeling the kitchen, upgrading finishes in the MPR and addressing the special education patio area. After school programs will now have a permanent home. New construction on site includes a new learning center and classrooms.
- Measure U funds: $13,624,873
- State funds: $5,471,142
Modernization of the C and D Wings
- Completed August 2019
All of the classrooms in C and D wings at Canalino/Carpinteria Family School were modernized and received new furniture during Summer 2019.
New Modular Classrooms
- Completed October 2018
- Construction Cost: $3.2 million
Students and teachers at Canalino/Carpinteria Family Schools have enjoyed their new classrooms over the 2018-19 school year. Construction on (6) Gen7 modular classrooms and an adjoining restroom was completed in October 2018. Each classroom was outfitted with new furnishings and the latest Teacher Tech Tools. The new classrooms provide better indoor air quality, acoustics, thermal comfort and natural light creating engaging and stimulating learning environments for our students. Insert construction photos and completed Gen7 modular classrooms.
Multipurpose Room Interior Upgrades
- Completed August 2016
- Construction Cost: $223,700
The project included painting the interior of the multipurpose room (cafeteria area) and its entrance vestibule and installing new flooring and new wall-pocket folding lunch tables and benches.
- Estimated Completion: Summer 2020 for the first three phases
- Estimated Construction Cost: $3,609,034 for the first phase. Total construction cost of all phases is estimated at approximately $10.2 million.
Modernization of the campus began in Summer 2019 and will continue through the 2019-2020 school year and will cover the G and H wings. The current modernization includes alterations to existing campus buildings to remodel and update restrooms to current ADA accessibility standards; updating mechanical systems and communications system, updating lighting, door hardware and replacing certain exterior and interior finishes.
There are two future phases of modernization, shown in green on the diagram above, that will occur in the administration building, room 1 and the current kindergarten classrooms (ECLC) as well as remodeling the food service area. The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is also anticipated in a future phase. The construction of these two phases of modernization as well as the construction of the LRC have been deferred until the 2022-2023 school year due to the delay is receiving matching funds from the State.