Expansion projects with completion dates.
Middle School Science Improvements - Fall 2012 DONE!!!
School administration offices were demolished to make way for two modern Middle School science classrooms. This project was completed over the summer, just in time for the start of school, thanks in part to the past generous donations of our families and community to the 100% initiative.Thank you! See the project unfold here...
Track and Soccer Fields - Fall 2012 DONE!!!
This project was completed over the summer (final track surfacing to take place in spring 2013). Our student athletes now have a “home field”, allowing for additional practice times as well as eliminating the need to rent field space elsewhere. Additionally, this space could be rented out to establish a source of revenue for the school. See the project unfold here...
New academic building for grades 5 and 6 (Landberg Hall) - Fall 2013 DONE! more...
Additional classrooms that are necessary to support the growth of our population from 600 to 800 students. By moving 2 grades into the new building, we now had space in the old building to expand our cafeteria seating and create two science labs for the high school (biology/chemistry and physics/robotics).
Multi-purpose Gymnasium - Target completion date will depend on the generosity of our donors!
We desperately need this facility which will support the following activities:
- During school hours - middle school gym classes ("challenge classes"), and high school physical education classes such as yoga and fitness training. These are core components of our curriculum.
- Athletic teams including basketball and other indoor sports. Right now we use an old "quonset hut" which doesn't have heat, seating for spectators, showers, locker rooms, bathrooms, or even a regulation size court!
- Competitions and demonstrations - such as art shows, science fairs etc.
- All-school assemblies and large social events such as dances, graduation ceremonies etc.. Currently our largest gathering space, the auditorium, holds less than 200 people!