ACADEMIC ADDITIONS & RENOVATIONS
There is a growing demand for employees in the engineering, construction, and manufacturing fields. However, our current classrooms and labs were built in 1960 and are too small, limiting course offerings in:
- Computer science
- Computer-aided design (CAD)
Aging classrooms and limited space have restricted the options for hands-on learning opportunities for students studying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Current spaces do not provide or allow for:
- Dedicated space to integrate STEM in existing curriculum across all grade levels.
- Access to advanced equipment for all grade levels.
- New / enhanced course offerings, clubs, and co-curriculars.
SITE SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS
To improve student safety, modifications are needed to the student drop-off and pick-up area and to separate vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
Additional parking is also needed during school, recreation, and community events.
Currently, none of the school’s classrooms are air conditioned. Air-conditioning/dehumidification systems are needed to:
- Provide a better learning environment for students;
- Help prevent mold;
- Improve air quality; and
- Protect assets (furniture, technology, etc.)
EBBEN FIELD / OUTDOOR ATHLETIC ENHANCEMENTS
Ebben Field provides space for physical education and athletic competitions, as well as the community’s recreational needs. Over the past five years, the track and artificial turf were installed through private donations.
While Ebben Field already contains adequate space, the site is not fully built out. This requires athletes to use offsite locations and leads to scheduling, transportation, and student supervision challenges.
Updates are also needed to improve site safety and traffic flow.