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Hazeldale Elementary Exterior

The new Hazeldale Elementary School opened its doors in August 2018. Hazeldale students and staff spent the 2017-2018 school year in a temporary school in the Timberland area, while their school was demolished and rebuilt. 

Hazeldale Elementary School is the second of four schools to be replaced as part of the District's $680 million construction bond approved by voters in May 2014. The previous building, built in 1942, was torn down and replaced with a modern, 87,2​00 sq.ft., two-story building that holds 750 students. 

The District worked closely with DLR Group Architects on the design of the facility, as well as General Contractor Kirby Nagelhout on the construction. The same design was​ used as a prototype for William Walker Elementary, Vose Elementary and Sato Elementary School, saving money and time.

Budget: $31,756,000.00
Funding: 2014 Bond
Schedule: 06/2017 - 09/2018
Status: Complete

Construction Photos

Exterior of old Hazeldale school
Demolition of old Hazeldale school
Demolition of old Hazeldale school
Groundbreaking of Hazeldale Elementary
Groundbreaking of Hazeldale Elementary
Construction of school
Construction of school
Construction of school
Construction of school
Construction of commons area
Construction of school
Construction of school
Classroom under construction
Gym ceiling
Unfinished exterior of school
Construction of commons area
Aerial of Hazeldale construction site
Commons are aof Hazeldale school
Hazeldale gym
Hazeldale Elementary sign
Teacher sorts books
Principal greets students
Principal gives student a high five
Parents and students enter the new Hazeldale school
Hazeldale exterior
Front exterior of new Hazeldale School

Fast Facts:

  • Opened in September 2018
  • Architect: DLR Architects; General Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout
  • 87,200 square foot building with 750-student capacity
  • More than 100 parking spaces
  • Solar panels generate 84 kW, 20% of what the building uses; enough power to support 8 average U.S. homes
  • Abundant natural light and constant fresh outside air to all classrooms
  • Reinforced structure allows immediate occupancy after a seismic event
  • Centrally located gym, commons and courtyard provide a large venue for school and community events