A new custom modular classroom building at Frazier Park Elementary School, is designed to resemble the existing classroom wings built in 2010 and designed by 19six Architects. The building contains four full size classrooms and two smaller tutoring classrooms. A porch and columns at the classroom entrances along with sloped metal roofing, red board and batten siding, large windows, and stucco wainscot tie into the architectural aesthetics of the existing buildings and overall mountain setting.
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