Oakland Unified School District
Phase 1 of Campus Transformation, including 4 kindergarten classrooms
5,800 Square Feet
Gelfand Architects & Cahill Construction
As part of Oakland Unified School District’s $475 Measure J Bond facilities improvement program, Project Frog provided Greenleaf Elementary with a new kinder village to compliment the modernization and expansion of the campus.
Each of the two new buildings include two spacious classrooms, plus a bathroom pod to service its outdoor play program. The classroom interior has been designed to facilitate a variety of play and learning activities, while also featuring:
- abundant natural daylight
- interior toilets and sinks
- state-of-the-art teaching walls
As the school name symbolizes, Greenleaf Elementary and these new, healthy classrooms, represent a step forward for this small school in the heart of East Oakland.