The Lennox School District serves a vital role in our community by providing quality elementary and middle school education to over 5,100 students in the City of Lennox, California. To meet the Board of Education’s goal to develop and create an educational foundation for our students and staff members, a $25 million bond (Measure Q) was passed by the community in November 2016 to develop new facilities for the District.
In early 2016, a comprehensive review of all of the campuses (with input from community members, staff and board members) was performed. This needs assessment identified a number of priorities for the Measure Q to focus on, most notably the replacement of portables with permanent classrooms, repairing drainage systems, leaking roofs, and updating technology infrastructure for modern learning.
To address these needs, the District has developed a master plan for each of the campuses, outlining a path forward for improving the facilities. Measure Q is focused on creating new classrooms and restrooms, and is being designed to include additional sound attenuation to offset the noise from the adjacent airport.