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Thank You, Voters!

 

In January 2017, the district and community celebrated the completion of Mountain View Elementary School’s renovation. The school has served the community for 59 years, originally constructed in 1958, and the work recently completed will extend the life of the building for many more decades. The construction, funded by voter-approved school bonds in April 2015, included classroom technology upgrades, additional space for speech and music rooms, LED lighting upgrades, structural upgrades, soundproofing improvements, roof and window upgrades, new office area and improved security, and restroom and playground ADA improvements. 


Cindy Hemry signs name in concrete at new Girdwood schoolGladys Wood Elementary School Principal Cindy Hemry left her mark during construction at her school. Renovations began in May 2016 and are expected to be completed by August 2017. This project was a part of the 2015 school bond.

Construction worker overlooks turnagain renovation projectConstruction at Turnagain Elementary School in west Anchorage began in May 2016 and is expected to be completed by August 2017. This renewal project was approved by Anchorage voters in 2015.

Boy cutting ribbon in Rabbit Creek dedication ceremonyIn October 2016, Rabbit Creek Elementary School celebrated its newly renovated building. Voters approved the $13 million construction project which upgraded the building. The project was completed on time and $1 million under budget.


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