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Mountain Elementary School District, located in the redwoods above Santa Cruz County's quaint Soquel Village, is a small, one-school district serving students from kindergarten through sixth grade. All students are provided with challenging collaborative academic opportunities that are enhanced by the integration of music, visual and performing arts, and physical education into the curriculum. 


Energy Efficiency Upgrades to Mountain School

With a grant received from the California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Prop39), a comprehensive plan was developed to implement facilities upgrades that result in reducing our school's ecological footprint. Newly complete is the transition from fluorescent to LED lighting. Please open the attachment below from our consultants at Mynt Systems, who developed our current plan based on energy usage history and best case Return On Investment (ROI) calculations. MESD will continue to build energy efficiency improvements into it's facilities plans, as funds from Prop 39 will be available for distribution for at least another two years. 

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Published: 3/1/15