|Renovations||Renovate Springfield Elementary (60.000 studs)|
Springfield Elementary School is an elementary school which Bart Simpson, Lisa Simpson, and many other children of Springfield, such as Nelson Muntz, Janey Powell, Jimbo, Martin Prince, Ralph Wiggum and Milhouse Van Houten attend. The principal is Seymour Skinner and its superintendent, who often visits the school, is Gary Chalmers. The school's mascot is a purple puma. Springfield Elementary is two stories high, and contains a gym and a cafeteria. The basement includes a steam tunnel. In the earlier episodes (such as seasons 1-5) there is somewhat of a steeple on top of the school roof. The floor plan is identical to that of West Springfield Elementary School. Springfield Elementary School is also based on McCarthy Middle School. There is a field trip memorial that shows the names of the students who never came back from a field trip. Groundskeeper Willie constantly has to edit the wall, and is very sad and angry when he must engrave the name of a student with a long name, like Bart and Lisa Simpson.
In order to obtain the Gold Brick, the player must solve a set of riddles given by El Barto to find it. The riddles are in order:
- Hello? El Barto here. I'm looking for a friend of mine, goes by the name Sue B. Marine. Could you find her for me?
- El Barto strikes again! This time I'm trying to find Mr. Peasy... That's Mr. S. Lee Peasy.
- There's this guy I know, last name Hall, first initial C.T. If you see C.T. Hall around, send him to El Barto!
- This last one is a real treasure. I'm looking for Ms. Wachamovi, first name Ivana, Ivana Wachamovi. Tell me where to go to Wachamovi! El Barto out.
- Renovate Springfield Elementary?
- In the show, it's called Springfield Elementary School instead of Springfield Elementary.
- The name El Barto is an alias of Bart Simpson.
- The names El Barto mentions in his riddles are word play on locations players travel
- The names are also a nod to how Bart would prank-call Moe by asking for an individual by their name which is usually a double entendre (e.g. In one episode, he asks for a person named Haywood U. Cuddleme.)