In February 2016, the Board of Education launched a Master Facility Planning Process that included input from staff, parents, students and community members. The Master Facility Plan was shared with the Board of Education in May 2016, and included a Six-Phase multi-year plan that results in expanded space and modernization of all classrooms. The multi-year plan is expected to take 10+ years to complete. At the June 2016 Board of Education meeting, the Board agreed to move into a design phase for Phases 1 and 2, which included additions to Madison and Edison, and renovation of science labs at Lincoln.
In September 2016, the Board of Education held a Community Information Night to discuss the Master Facility Planning Process, Phases 1 and 2 plans, and financing options. The Board launched Phase 1 in Spring 2017. Phase 1 resulted in an addition of 5 classrooms and a playground at Madison School, District professional development space, 2 additional classrooms, a new front entrance, and a gym at Edison. Phase 1 also included new hallway flooring at Lincoln.
In August 2017, the Board of Education again held a Community Information Night to discuss the Master Facility Planning Process and Phase 2. The Board launched Phase 2 in January 2018. Phase 2 included a driveway extension at Madison, a cafeteria addition to Edison, renovation of existing interior spaces, renovation of the learning commons (former library) and a new playground. Phase 2 also included new lockers at Lincoln. Phase 2 is expected to complete by mid-October with the opening of the Edison Learning Commons.
Under the current Master Facility Plan, Phase 3 would focus primarily on Madison School. Work at Lincoln is slated for Phase 6, which is still several years out. The Board is currently considering adjusting the timeline to address Lincoln before Madison. Before making a final decision, the Board is currently seeking additional input from staff and families on the identified priority areas.
Included below are informational documents related to the Construction Planning.
Board of Education Presentations