Carolyn Chow, the district's chief business officer, said the district has gathered input over the past few months from parents and others in the school community, but now wants to tap into the ideas of the community at large before beginning the task of creating the master plan.
The district has accommodated the growing number of students on its two campuses — La Entrada in Menlo Park and Las Lomitas in Atherton — by bringing in portable buildings. But a growing enrollment also requires expanded common spaces, such as more library and restroom space, she said.
In addition to creating more space for a greater number of students, the district must figure out how to build more flexible learning spaces to accommodate the needs of 21st century learning, Ms. Chow said.
For more information, call the district office at 854-2880.
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