Sparkie is visiting a school in northern Santa Barbara County. It has a lot of murals and trees, places to sit outdoors, playgrounds and lockers.
It is a rural kindergarten to eighth-grade school with about 200 students. It is a centerpiece of the small community of Los Alamos, including playing a prominent role in the annual Old Days Celebration and an effort to establish a community library on its campus.
Most parents of the students work on nearby farms, ranches and vineyards, as well as in the Santa Maria and Santa Ynez valleys.
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It had been the lone school in the Los Alamos School District until July 2011 when it was became part of the larger Orcutt Union School District.
What is the name of the school that Sparkie is visiting?
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