IUSD Construction Projects

IUSD School Construction Sites
 
Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) is pursuing an ambitious program of facilities improvements, funded chiefly by Measure GG, a $90 million bond measure adopted by the community in 2012. Additionally, more than $30 million was pledged by the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) for schools that lie along its flight paths for sound mitigation improvements. These two sources of funding are helping to meet the more than $420M in facility and repair needs we have identified in order to ensure students and staff have access to safe, modern educational spaces that support learning.
 
Part of the effort includes converting several schools to serve grades TK-8, which allows for better use of facilities and student engagement. In addition to funding from Measure GG and LAWA, the District has received project-specific support from community partners, such as the L.A. Rams, Chargers, and Clippers. The District continues to seek new funding sources for facilities planned upgrades, including leasing of unused property. Check back here to obtain the most current information regarding the exciting changes taking place at our IUSD schools.
 
Click on school name to view individual school construction updates.
 
 
Completed Projects
Bennett-Kew
(Coming Soon)
Crozier
(Coming Soon)
Parent Elementary
Payne STEAM Academy Woodworth-Monroe  
 
Construction Site Presentations
 
We are excited to provide information presented during our IUSD Board Meetings. Check back here to obtain the most current information regarding the exciting changes taking place at our IUSD schools.
 
IUSD Facility Project Board Meeting Update:  7/22/2020
 
 
 
Morningside High School Project Presentation: 7/14/2020
 
 
Bond Presentation
 
Every child deserves to learn in a safe, up-to-date school facility. Our #1 goal at Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) continues to be providing a high quality 21st century education to all students, whether in a classroom setting or via virtual distance learning. However, many of our local public schools were built in the 1920s and 30s and are in urgent need of basic health and safety repairs. All students deserve the same safe, modern facilities that support 21st century teaching and learning and prepare them for college and career success. To meet our growing critical facilities’ needs, District leadership and the locally elected School Board are exploring the option of a local school measure. At the July 29 special meeting, the School Board heard a report on feasibility and public engagement, and reviewed the resolution to place a bond on the November 2020 ballot. Following is the November Bond Board Presentation.