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Major Renovations at Spreckels Elementary Underway

Construction on Spreckels Elementary School's New Classroom Building and Joint-Use Improvements Underway
Posted on 03/06/2023



Construction on Spreckels Elementary School's New Classroom Building and Joint-Use Improvements Underway 


SAN DIEGO -  Drive along Stadium Street and you'll see a new two-story classroom facility and a newly remodeled student services facility at Spreckels Elementary School. 

A future innovative "Wildcat" space, the classroom facility on the south end of the campus will provide students with modern classrooms, collaborative workspaces, and state-of-the-art technology. 

Spreckels Rendering

Pictured: Rendering of Future Spreckels Elementary Central Courtyard Looking South

At the north end of the campus, the new entry to the student services facility is part of the San Diego Unified School District's security initiative to create a single campus entryway at all schools. 

New Admin

Pictured: Newly Remodeled Student Services Facility

Meanwhile, construction crews have started on joint-use improvements to expand the joint-use area to include a new natural grass multipurpose field, decomposed granite walking track, hardcourts, play equipment, new additional off-street parking, and fencing to separate school and joint-use facilities. As part of the Play All Day partnership with the City of San Diego, the joint-use facilities will be open to students during school hours and to the public after school hours and during school breaks.


Spreckes JUI

Pictured: Joint-Use Improvements Underway


Additional improvements include the construction of a new student pick-up/drop-off area in the main campus parking lot and major upgrades to the existing classroom and multi-purpose facilities. The student services building remodel completed in August 2022.  

Construction on the Spreckels Elementary project is scheduled to complete in 2024. 

This project is funded by San Diego Unified’s capital bond improvement program. You can read more about the project by visiting http://fpcprojects.sandi.net.