Monday , June 24 2024
School district breaks ground on new resource center

School district breaks ground on new resource center

The San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) recently broke ground on the highly anticipated Welcoming Resource Center, a $45-million transformative project set to streamline services for families and breathe new life into the downtown area.

The state-of-the-art, three-story facility provide comprehensive support services for families, such as parent education workshops, counseling, and assistance with navigating school-related processes.

“The Welcoming Resource Center will be a beacon of hope and opportunity for our families,” Superintendent Mauricio Arellano said. “This project represents our commitment to providing comprehensive support and resources to empower every student and family in San Bernardino and Highland. We are also excited to contribute to the revitalization of our downtown area.”

The Welcoming Resource Center will be located at 736 North E Street in San Bernardino. The project is expected to be complete in December 2024.

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