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Countryside Elementary

An estimated $6.9 million out of the $147 million referendum will be spent at Countryside Elementary School, which includes all construction costs and non-construction items such as safety and security, furniture and technology. Key projects included:

  • Building one new classroom 
  • Renovating the library to create a STEM space
  • Upgrading the existing sensory room

Construction at Countryside began in Summer 2022 and was completed on time and within budget in winter 2023.  


Photos & Renderings
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Countryside students are joined by members of the Board of Education, Principal Korb, Dr. Craig Winkelman and former Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian Harris.  (Photo: February 27, 2023)

New Classroom Addition (interior)

A students shows his family the new classroom addition during a ribbon cutting ceremony, which celebrated the end of construction at Countryside! The new classroom is a first grade classroom. (Photo: February 27, 2023)

Sensory Room

A new sensory room for students with special needs opened during the first half of the 2022-23 school year. (Photo: December 2022)

1st Graders Visit New Classroom!

Students in Ms. Darnell's first grade class tour their new classroom during construction. (Photo: Nov. 7, 2022)


Students working in the new dedicated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) space, which is located next to the library. (Photo: September 2022)