Grove Avenue Elementary
An estimated $8.6 million out of the $147 million referendum will be spent at Grove Avenue Elementary, which includes all construction costs and non-construction items such as safety and security, furniture and technology. Construction at Grove began in Summer 2021 and was completed for the start of the 2022-23 school year. Key projects include:
- Building a new classroom addition to replace the former mobile classrooms
- Renovating one classroom to create a sensory room for students with special needs
- Renovating current STEM space in the basement
- Creating a secure vestibule at the main entrance
- Renovating front office
Photos & Renderings
Students working in the newly renovated STEM space at Grove. (Photo: December 2022)
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Hunt, Principal Katie Matthews, Board of Education members, and former Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian Harris attend a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the end of construction in August 2022.
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The main hallway in the new classroom addition at Grove Avenue Elementary.
A classroom in the new addition at Grove Avenue Elementary.
Exterior photo of Grove's new classroom addition. (Photo: June 2022)
Grove will be installing this new generator to help us in case the power ever goes out!
The renovation of the Grove main office was completed for the start of the 2021-22 school year. It includes the addition of a secure vestibule entrance.