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Long Beach Unified School District
Jessie Elwin Nelson Academy
School Opened: Fall 2012
Jessie Elwin Nelson Academy has been designed for approximately 850 middle school students in grades 6 to 8. The main entrance to the school is along Cherry Avenue with a small parking lot of 12 spaces for visitors and a bus loading/unloading area for special education students. The main parent drop-off and pick-up area runs along the most southern portion of the site entering from Cherry Avenue, exiting onto 20th Street to the north of the site. Staff parking will be on the north side of 20th Street in a lot with 80 parking spaces. The new school will have 31 classrooms, administration offices, a library/media center, gymnasium, health office, serving kitchen, multipurpose room and other support facilities. Outdoor facilities include a soccer field, five basketball courts and an open quad area with hardscape and landscape areas.
The LBUSD is committed to environmentally sound practices within its building program. Key sustainable components of this project include:
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