Lieser Elementary opened in 1944. It was remodeled in 1952 and partially remodeled in 1992, before transitioning to the site of a preschool program.
Today, the Lieser Campus is home to nontraditional options in education for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
If local voters approve a bond measure in February 2017, this school could be moved to the current site of Marshall Elementary, which would be remodeled.
The 72-year-old building that houses the Lieser Campus has several facility-related challenges:
Age: At 72 years of age, the building has surpassed its useful life.
Space constraints: Growing enrollment and new Lieser programs have resulted in an influx of students.
Restrooms: Originally designed for elementary students, the current restrooms do not meet the needs of the Lieser Campus’ older students and staff members.
Learn more about the challenges and a symposium to begin the redesign of the school.
After the Nov. 1 symposium, teams of staff members and architects developed two design concepts.
Concept 1: Pathways to community
Concept 2: Enriching environments
Learn about the design concepts and provide feedback.
Check out the history of the school and some of its milestones.