A $25 million district-wide program to alleviate overcrowding, update facilities and improve security will serve the District long term.
The new four-section K-4 North Greenville Elementary School alleviated overcrowding, allowing the two existing over-capacity elementary schools to revert to using appropriate spaces within the capacity of the schools’ design. The new construction provided immediately-needed instructional space, and prepared the District for anticipated further growth. A geothermal heating/cooling system reduced both energy use and operational costs.
A classroom addition at Hortonville Middle School prepared the 5-8 facility to accommodate the impending influx from the overpopulated elementary schools.
High School needs were addressed with a cafeteria/commons addition with a new, secure entry that enhances building organization and safety. The technical education department expanded to meet growing demand and programming needs, and relocation of the art department provided additional instructional space and supplies natural daylight into project areas.