• Preparing for the Return of Students Fall 2021

    Posted by Kelcey Davis on 8/9/2021 10:00:00 AM

    Malibu Elementary School New Furniture Project

    The Malibu Elementary School campus received most of the new classroom furniture in June 2021.  The new furniture is mobile and flexible, allowing teachers to easily rearrange their classroom for ease of collaboration. In September we are supposed to get the rest.  Until then, we are using both new and old furniture.  


    Repairs to the Malibu Elementary breezeways are undergoing repairs and top seal coating. This will repair years of rust damage caused by moisture, close up any leaks, and extend the life of this roof system, while improving the appearance and providing increased protection from inclement weather.

    Ball Walls & Asphalt Repair

    The Ball Walls will be receiving a new surface and paint. We hoped to complete it over the summer but currently the area is taped up with caution tape. We are unsure when we will finish.   We had hoped to repair and replace the blacktop over the summer, but this project has been deferred to winter break.

    We are pleased to provide you with this modernization update and looking forward to a great start to the new school year!

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  • Malibu Playground Community Use

    Posted by Kelcey Davis on 1/20/2021 9:00:00 AM

    The new playground will be open for community use on weekends when allowed by the county’s coronavirus orders. 

    Bridge playground at Malibu Elementary

    The playground includes a bridge (above) between sliding board towers and musical instrument stations, including a vibraphone (below). 

    Outdoor musical instruments Malibu Elementary Playground

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  • New Playground Ready for Action, Pandemic Willing

    Posted by Chris Clonts on 9/9/2020 1:10:00 AM

    The new Malibu Elementary playground

    Contractors completed building the new play areas.

    The new playground includes chimes.

    They include two-color turf, curved seat walls, a climbing net and a balance beam. The kindergarten play area was updated with soft bench seating and is shaded by a new sail structure.

    It is closed due to the pandemic, but we can’t wait to share it with students and the surrounding Point Dume community.


    The lower playground area.

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