Planning For Our Future – Construction Update #3
Demolition at the two school sites has completed and cleanup continues as we make way for construction to begin on Clearwater and Willow Lake Elementary Schools. Everything has gone as planned and the projects are on schedule.
We can’t wait to begin posting photos of construction at the two building sites. Until then, please enjoy the renderings below which depict how Clearwater and Willow Lake Elementary schools will look, once completed.
Planning For Our Future – Construction Update #2
This week machines were in motion at both of our construction site locations. Installing fencing around the perimeter is an important safety precaution. Once the perimeter is secured and all preliminary requirements are met, demolition will begin on both sites. Groundbreaking will take place on Wednesday, October 4 when we ceremoniously turn the ground and begin the next steps for the future of Washington Township Schools. Continue reading below for prior construction updates, and for the full Planning For Our Future picture, click here: https://www.msdwt.k12.in.us/facility-planning/
Planning For Our Future – Construction Update #1
Preparations are being made and activity will soon begin on the sites of our two future new elementary schools, Willow Lake Elementary (7535 Harcourt Road) and Clearwater Elementary (3575 E. 79th Street). Demolition and construction vehicles have been moving onto the properties as the construction site perimeter is being set. Necessary utility work is being done, and the land is being cleared of any obstacles. Demolition of the two existing structures is expected to begin in the coming days. Make sure to check the MSDWT website, Facebook, and Twitter for ongoing updates of this exciting work that will define the future of Washington Township Schools! For the full Planning For Our Future picture, click here: https://www.msdwt.k12.in.us/facility-planning/
*The Metropolitan School District of Washington Township is a fully authorized International Baccalaureate World School K-12 district. Having hosted the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program for more than 20 years, the District now extends the International Baccalaureate (IB) to all students, making it the first district-wide IB program in the state of Indiana, and one of only a few nationwide.