In the summer of 2016, the Redwood City Schools Board of Trustees approved $50 million in school funding to renovate and install a new building to replace a vacant elementary school.
The project would have cost $2.8 million, according to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Redwood City Elementary School is seen in Redwood, California, July 14, 2019.
The new building would have housed about 200 classrooms, a new library, a science and math lab, and a gymnasium.
But the project was not approved because of a lack of funds for the project, according a document from the board.
The district’s website notes the district would need $200 million to complete the project.
A new elementary school was built in Red-wood, which is also known as Redwood State Park.
This is the new school at the Red-Wood Elementary School in Redwoods, California.
Photo: John Storey, Getty Images/Flickr Creative Commons Redwood is one of the few states in the country where wood is considered a valuable resource.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the redwood forest is worth $6.8 billion in timber exports and $5.7 billion in other forest products.