The Future of Manteca Unified: More Modernizations Coming Soon
Manteca High School
Manteca High Buffaloes will soon have a state-of-the-art modern campus to roam! The modernization plans for Manteca High include innovative updates that will provide an incredible high school environment for future generations.
“The upcoming project at MHS is the result of a truly collaborative design process. Students, teachers, and administrators have helped design our new classrooms, the new outdoor learning areas, the new media center and CTE facilities,” shared Aaron Bowers, Director of Facilities & Operations.
East Union High School
The first phase of East Union’s Master Plan Project will construct 30 next-generation classrooms in a new two-story classroom building. This phase is designed to include opportunities for learning throughout the school. Flexible classrooms, a new media center, outdoor learning areas, and the new Learning Stair will provide exciting and dynamic solutions for student learning!
Mr. Bowers shared that the next phase for New Haven takes district modernization to the next level! The Patriots are set to receive a new eight-classroom building, a new administration building, and the renovation of the existing main classroom building. The new classroom building will replace several aging portables on campus and includes a central learning commons that will extend learning outside the walls of the classroom.
“New Haven is one of our oldest campuses, so it’s exciting to see the long-awaited upgrades come to fruition. The level of renovation is beyond anything we could imagine, and this is exciting for staff, students and alumni,” said Jeff McLarty, Coordinator of Maintenance and Operations.
Principal Doyle is thrilled for students to have an even more welcoming and engaging campus environment, "I am so excited that our campus is embarking on a transformative modernization project that will elevate the learning environment for our students and staff.New Haven is so excited to get this project started! "
Designs for Brock Elliott and Joshua Cowell
At the Board Meeting, the Department of Facilities proposed designs for Brock Elliott and Joshua Cowell. These designs show projected modernization updates for the two elementary schools. These campuses are the last two elementary schools in MUSD to receive multipurpose buildings.
“The modernizations of Brock Elliott and Joshua Cowell will transform the safety, technology, culture and aesthetic of these campuses and our district needs to be proud of that achievement,” shared Justin Geer, Supervisor of Construction.
We are eager to see how these new environments improve our students’ academic experience!