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In June 2012, the voters of Milpitas approved the General Obligation (GO) Bond Measure which would generate $95,000,000 to pay for improvements to renovate and repair Milpitas schools.

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Every new MUSD space is quickly becoming a center for learning with high speed wireless access that covers 100% of all schools and district areas both indoors and outdoors.   Flexible and modular furniture allows for flexible learning and flexible leading.  Outdoor play areas become a haven for physical development & exploration.  Explore your school's modernization below.


Joe Flatley, Director  &  Deana Harn, Admin Assist @ 408-635-2600 x6120.

Burnett Learning Lab Curtner Playground
Pomeroy Learning Center Randall Learning Lab
Rose Playground Sinnott Playground
Spangler Playground Weller Learning Lab
Zanker Multipurpose Rancho Learning Lab
Russell Learning Lab Cal Hills Modernization
MHS Learning Center Adult Education Modernization
District Office Modernization Airpoint Future





Start  June 2013     Complete  August 2013





Existing Facilities

New flooring

Heating & air conditioning repairs and replacements

New energy management systems

Accessibility improvements

New networks and wireless systems


Learning Center

We are creating learning centers on each of our campuses in the Milpitas Unified School District.  Current models of learning must support the 4 C’s - communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity - for our students and teachers.  Our learning centers will be large, flexible spaces that are equipped with wireless networks, Chromebook devices, creative furniture, and spaces that promote design thinking and collaborative conversations.  These spaces will support as many as 150 students in our goal of preparing students for the Common Core State Standards era and their future careers.



New playground borders and safety surface



New black top and playground striping