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Bishop's Peak Elementary

Picture of front of Bishop's Peak Elementary.
Picture of %22Bishop's Peak%22 sign on side of building.
Picture of Bishop's Peak MPR.
Picture of Bishop's Peak office
Picture of students in front of Bishop's Peak Elementary.
Picture of front of Bishop's Peak Elementary.
Picture of students in front of Bishop's Peak Elementary.
Picture of Bishop's Peak Playground.
Picture of Bishop's Peak blacktop and playgournd.
Principal Diana Jones standing in front of gate in the morning at Bishop's Peak.

Bishop's Peak did not receive the upgrades that most sites did during Measure A in the late 1990’s. Specifically, the school did not have a new office and multi-purpose building added to the site. With the growth in student population in the Bishop’s Peak area, along with several new home construction projects happening in the city of San Luis Obispo, the district moved forward with the needed renovations and additions at the school.

The new Multipurpose room has a sports court for physical education and community use, a large stage area, a new kitchen and lunch serving area, a new physical education storage room, and new student and staff restrooms.

The current multi-purpose room has been remodeled into a new office. The new location, along with fencing across the entire front and north end of the school provide, provide added security to the campus. The office expansion includes new restrooms, a new nursing station, additional offices for staff, and a staff work/break room. The current office has become a new classroom space. Having the office farther down the front of campus will also assist with parent drop off.

Along with the new expanded spaces, the entire campus has received several infrastructure upgrades (water, gas, sewer, electricity), as well as a new fire alarm system. All of the asphalt on the campus has also been replaced.

Along with Measure D funds, the expansion projects at Bishop's Peak Elementary School are being funded by developer fees.

Expenditures to date: $5,461,424