San Diego unveils five new schools

Aug. 28, 2007
District spent $327 million on the new campuses.

A decade-long effort to build new San Diego schools culminates next week with the opening of five campuses built at a cost of $327 million. The San Diego Unified School District has not had this many schools open simultaneously in four decades. Burbank Elementary, Laura Rodriguez Elementary, Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary, Thurgood Marshall Middle and Abraham Lincoln High all incorporate multimedia technology and energy-efficient designs.

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