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Malibu's Patrick (left) and Wiley Murphree review one of four campus layout designs presented to the community at an open house Wednesday, April 24, at Juan Cabrillo Elementary School. Another event is set for Wednesday, May 1. (Photos by Suzy Demeter/Malibu Surfside News)
Stacy Rouse and Valerie Burke write comments for a community board during the event.
Residents were encouraged to give feedback in a variety of ways as the school district evolves its campus plan.
SMMUSD's Carey Upton (right) talks about one of the plans with Malibu's Hans Laetz, of KBUU radio.
Bill Sampson gives his feedback for one of the prompts.
Ryan Flynn, Freelance Reporter
7:51 am PDT April 26, 2019

This much is certain: Plans are in place to almost completely rebuild Malibu High School and Malibu Middle School in the coming years. But this much is not: the layout of the new campus.

The team of architects hired by the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District are calling this the “master plan” stage, and the priority right now is to gather as much feedback from the community at-large to get a clearer picture of what Malibu prioritizes for this project.