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Facilities Master Plan

Maintenance, Operations & Transportation


Cordova, Amanda (510) 317-4831 Senior Office Assistant
Gaspar, Edwina (510) 317-4837 Administrative Assistant
Johnston, Kenneth (510) 317-4831 Maintenance Manager
Rank, Jerry (510) 317-4857 Transportation Supervisor
Zureich, Joel (510) 317-4834 Operations Manager


The District provides bus transportation to most elementary neighborhood schools for students who live greater than 1.5 mile walking distance from their home school.

The District does not provide transportation to schools outside students' regular attendance area that are selected through open enrollment.

The District does not provide bussing for middle school and high school students.


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Construction Department Overview

In this web page, one will find the information about Modernization Projects, Measure E Bond Projects in the school district and department staff information.

The school buildings in San Lorenzo were built in the late 1940's and the 1950's. These school buildings have served generations of San Lorenzo, San Leandro and Hayward children and provide a gathering place for community members. The San Lorenzo Unified District provides an education program for preschoolers through adults, with nine elementary schools, three middle schools, four high schools and one adult school. The electorate of the San Lorenzo Unified School District passed Measure E Bond in November 2004. Measure E Bond provides $49 million for the modernization of district schools. The Construction Management Department oversees the facilities construction bond and all capital improvement projects. The Independent Citizen's Oversight Committee, which consists of at least seven community members, provides oversight of bond expenditures.  




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2017-18 School Bus Packet_English & Spanish

Please print and complete forms. 

All forms must be returned to the District Office in person with proof of residence.