Dr. Michael Zalar, Superintendent, opened the Community Forum with an update and overview of the building plans to date.
The community was involved in the educational visioning process in 2015 that helped the architects and construction team design a 21st century campus for our students in grades 6 - 12.
Zora Pavlovic from Then Design Architecture provided an explanation of the interior spaces shown in the renderings and how the classrooms and labs are arranged on both floors. Zora talked about how the Georgian design is carried through on the interior of the building.
Jeff Mulcahey from Hammond Construction took community members on a tour of the different areas with updated photos of the construction progress.
Behind the "big green wall" that people see as they drive down Butternut Ridge Rd. the classrooms, labs, offices, dining and gym spaces are taking form. Two large courtyards will provide natural light and educational opportunities for our students in addition to outdoor space for socializing.
The High School area contains a new and improved "Eagles Room" for meetings and activities.
The evening ended with a drone video showing the scope and size of the project with a "fly over" of the 55 acre site.
Please let us know your thoughts on the project and any questions you have.