New Elementary School Coming to East Corte Madera

March 19th, 2012 By George Crowe

Big things are in the works in the Larkspur-Corte Madera school district. Bond Measure A, which passed last year, is providing funds for upgrades to Neil Cummins Elementary and Hall Middle School, and the biggie–a brand new elementary school at the site of the old San Clemente School on Paradise Drive, which has been leased to the Lycee Francais. The plan is to tear down the old facility and build a brand new public school, with construction slated for 2013 and 2014. I talked to someone in the district office who said they haven’t yet decided on enrollment boundary lines or what will determine which kids go to which elementary school, but she said to keep an eye on the website for updates.

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  1. Tracey Pharis

    WHY? SAN CLEMENTE SCHOOL WAS FINE THE WAY IT WAS, JUST HAD TO LEAVE IT ALONE AND NOT TURN IT INTO A FRENCH SCHOOL. I HAD ATTENDED SAN CLEMENTE WHEN I WAS YOUNGER,NOW A BIG PART OF MY CHILDHOOD IS GONE. YES I KNOW EVERY THING CHANGES, YAH I GET THAT. BUT IT STINKS :(

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