Oak Hill Elementary School

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As part of the 2022 Bond, Oak Hill Elementary School will receive upgrades to its open-concept floor plan, adding full walls and doors between learning areas to improve safety and the student experience. These renovations will be some of the first bond projects to be completed as part of the 2022 Bond, expected to open to students at the start of the 2025-26 school year. 

A Campus Architectural Team, composed of campus staff, parents and community members, will work with the district and project team to determine design details to best meet the needs of Oak Hill’s students, staff and community.

Follow the link to view the campus FAQ in Spanish

Anticipated Project Timeline

*This schedule is subject to change and will be updated quarterly.

Community Meeting Update

Oak Hill Elementary School’s community meeting and construction kick-off event was held on Tuesday, March 19, 2024. 

  • The community was updated on the work the Campus Architectural Team (CAT) is doing. 
  • Construction plans and timeline were discussed and logistics for the campus relocation/accommodations during construction. 
  • The campus also celebrated its 50th anniversary by inviting alumni to return to the campus, tour the school and reconnect with past acquaintances. 
  • A farewell ceremony for the old open-concept spaces was held to mark the occasion.

Some images from the ceremony and of the school’s design that were shared during the presentation are pictured below. More detailed renderings can be located within the meeting presentation.

rending of school entrance
group photo from kick-off ceremony
rendering of school entrance

 

Meeting Item  English  Spanish
Recording  Meeting Recording 03/19/24 (ENG)   Meeting Recording 03/19/24 (ESP) 
Presentation Materials 03/19/24 (ENG) Materials 03/19/24 (ESP)

Notes

Notes 03/19/24 (ENG)

Notes 03/19/24 (ESP)

For meeting materials from earlier community meetings, please visit the document archive. To view the recorded presentations from previous meetings, see link below:

Lori Komassa, Principal 

Adam Brown, Parent 

Laz Camarillo, Teacher

Alejandra Chavez, Teacher

Kaycee Crisp, Parent 

Egeo De La Garza, Parent

Kate Fyda, Parent

Pedro Gonzales, Staff

Natalie Kelly, Parent 

Shannon Mueller, Teacher

Melissa Neslund, Parent 

Alexandra Tarpley, Staff

Historically Underutilized Business Program (HUB)

Austin ISD's Historically Underutilized Business Program is committed to advancing equity in contracting, ensuring HUB firms can compete fairly and participate in construction-related, bond-funded projects. The HUB Program is a core business strategy for the district, formally adopted by the trustees in August 2016. A HUB is a business that is 51% owned, managed and controlled by a minority or woman — groups that are historically underrepresented in architecture, construction and other professional services. Austin ISD supports one of the most comprehensive public school HUB programs in the nation, providing tools for minority- and women-owned businesses to do business with the district.