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    Four Construction Projects Wrapping Up
    Posted on 03/22/2019
    photo of construction taking place in the Magnolia Elementary School library

    Less Than Six Months to Go!

    Four construction projects to wrap up in time for start of school

    Before students return to school in September, ribbon-cutting ceremonies will mark the completion of four capital-levy funded projects. 

    The newly modernized Magnolia Elementary School, shown above, opens as an attendance area elementary and includes two additions with classroom space and a gymnasium. Seattle voters approved this project as part of the Buildings, Technology, and Academics IV (BTA IV) Capital Levy in 2016. Additional classroom space will be constructed after the school opens. More photos and project updates.

    When the moderniphoto showing a large room with high ceilings and construction equipment. Walls are partially wood framing and partially concrete. A set of concrete steps designed for seating is also shownzed Lincoln High School opens, it will be the first new comprehensive high school in the district since Nathan Hale High School opened in 1963—56 years ago! This project is funded by the Building Excellence IV (BEX IV) Capital Levy, approved by voters in 2013, and the BTA IV Capital Levy approved in 2016. The recently approved BEX V Capital Levy includes additional funding to make theater improvements and provide improved space for career and technical education. More photos and project updates.

    At Queen Anne Elementary School, students and staff will return from their interim location at John Marshall School to occupy an expanded school with a photo of a large room with high ceilings and openings to outside for future doors and windows. walls are concrete block. there is construction material visiblenewly built addition housing classrooms, a gym, and administration spaces, plus an expanded lunchroom. Funding for the Queen Anne Elementary addition comes from the voter-approved 2013 BEX IV Capital Levy. More photos and project updates.

    The new two-story classroom addition at Ingraham High School includes not only new classrooms and labs, but also a new main entrance with administration office oversight and common areas for students to study or gather. This addition, plus selected improvements to other buildings at Ingraham, is funded by the BTA IV Capital Levy, approved by voters in 20photo of the the outside of building under construction with an open space where doors and windows will go and a metal ceiling and overhang 16. More photos and project updates.

    Be sure to mark your calendars for these events.

    • Magnolia Elementary: Thursday, Aug. 29, 10:30 a.m.
    • Ingraham High School addition: Thursday, Aug. 29, 2 p.m.
    • Queen Anne Elementary addition: Tuesday, Sept. 3, 10:30 a.m.
    • Lincoln High School: Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2 p.m.