Improved accessibility to schools and classrooms for students, teachers, and visitors with disabilities was a priority for the 2012 School Building Improvement Bond. 26 schools received ADA improvements.
- Entry accessibility through addition of ramps
- Door hardware
- Restroom access
- Classroom sinks
- Drinking fountains
- Electronic door openers
- Elevators and lifts
- Accessible seating
Schools receiving educational access upgradesAinsworth K-5 • Arleta K-8 • Beach PK-8 • Buckman K-5 • Cesar Chavez K-8 • Cleveland HS • Harrison Park K-8 • Holladay Center • Hosford MS • James John K-5 • Jefferson HS • Lent K-8 • Markham K-5 • Meek HS • MLC K-12 •• Peninsula K-8 • Richmond PK-5 • Sabin PK-8 • Scott K-8 • West Sylvan MS • Wilson HS • Woodlawn PK-8
Most access upgrades will occur during summer improvement projects, to minimize disruption to school.
Three high schools, Franklin, Grant and Roosevelt plus one PK-8 Faubion received full access upgrades as part of their modernization/ replacement work.
Work has been completed on over 51 schools through the 2012 Bond.