School Bond Projects
Opened September 2017
87,200 sq. ft.
750 Student Capacity
This school year, students at Vose Elementary School will be enjoying four new classrooms along with a new vibrant and colorful library, thanks to the 2014 Bond.
The District worked throughout the summer to construct the additional classrooms, including a technology lab. Along with plenty of natural light, you’ll notice the additions integrate seamlessly with the existing building.
32 Classrooms + 9 Additional Teaching Spaces
Natural Light & Fresh Air
Abundant natural light and constant fresh outside air to all classrooms
Large Venue for School & Community Events
Centrally located gym, commons and courtyard
Generate 84 kW, 20% of what the building uses
140+ Parking Spaces
Accessible Wheelchair Ramps and Bathrooms
State of the Art HVAC Systems
The new Vose Elementary School opened its doors in September 2017. Vose students and staff spent the 2016-2017 school year in a temporary school in the Timberland area, while their school was demolished and rebuilt.
Vose was designed as a prototype school by DLR Group Architects. Sato, Hazeldale and William Walker Elementaries have the same design, part of a cost-saving measure by the District.
Vose has capacity for 750 students. The 87,200-square foot school includes 32 classrooms, nine additional teaching spaces, a stage, teaching area in the library and a dividable gym. The school was built by Triplett Wellman.
Visitors to the school may wonder what happened to the two giant sequoia trees that stood in front of the old building. Those trees were cut down to align the school's new main entrance drive to King Boulevard. The wood from the trees was repurposed and used for several artistic and functional items in the new school.