Skyline Elementary School

Skyline Elementary School

School District
South San Francisco Unified School District

Size
7,200 Square Feet

Product Details
One Kinder classroom, three general classrooms, a library and Exploratorium 

Kit Install
7 Weeks

Partners
USSCAL and HKIT Architects

District Contact
Mr. Michael Krause, Assistant Superintendent
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(650) 784 1729

 

 

Project Frog's updates at Skyline Elementary School were funded by the $162M Measure J Bond. 

Skyline School, located in Daly City, CA, was one of the first elementary schools to receive new facilities from the Measure J Bond. Project Frog provided 7,200 sf of high performance structures including

The library, positioned at the entry of the campus for more effective public use, also acts as a computer center to accommodate the district’s new technology roll out and tech-education programs. Skyline’s Exploratorium building is designed for messy, hands-on learning ranging from art to science and allows for flexible use and adaptation over time related to STEM disciplines. While the campus will be anchored by several signature buildings, the kindergarten teacher is most excited her new 1,440 sf kindergarten classroom, complete with

The Skyline campus includes a model Kindergarten building, featuring classrooms with interior bathrooms and doors directly to a kinder play area.


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