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Station Middle School

An estimated $17.7 million out of the $147 million referendum will be spent at Station Middle School, which includes all construction costs and non-construction items such as safety and security, furniture and technology. Beyond general repairs and maintenance, as well as safety and security upgrades, the major project at Station was the construction of a new classroom addition, which replaced the former mobile classrooms. Construction at Station began in Summer 2021 and was completed on time and within budget for the start of the 2022-23 school year. 


Photos & Renderings
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Members of the Board of Education, Principal Jim Aalfs, former Board member Penny Kazmier and former Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian Harris attend a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the end of construction in August 2022. 

Garage Doors

Classrooms in the new addition have a clear garage door, which the teachers can open during a lesson to break down traditional classroom barriers and broaden options for collaborative or independent learning spaces.

Collaborative work spaces

Students use the flexible furniture to work collaboratively in the main hallway of the new addition. The new addition provides students with the opportunity to choose from various work spaces.

Station mobile classroom demolition

Demolition of the mobile classrooms on June 7, 2021.