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Shiloh Hills Modernization Project Ground Breaking Ceremony

On their last day in the old Shiloh Hills building (March 30) students gathered in the gym for the official Shiloh Hills Elementary School Modernization Ground Breaking Ceremony. The event, hosted by Shiloh Hills Principal Laura Duchow, included remarks from School Board President Denny Denholm and Superintendent Tom Rockefeller, special music performed by the entire Shiloh Hills student body and a very fun video showcasing a variety of popular items - like BIG hiar - from 1980 (the year Shiloh Hills first opened its doors). A very special guest for the ceremony was Conn Warren who 38 years ago served as the very first principal at Shiloh Hills.
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Spring Break Transition @ Midway Elementary

There will be another phase transition at the Midway Modernization Project during Spring Break. Teachers and students will move from portables into the newly completed South Wing and the West Wing will be vacated so work can begin on the final phase of the project. Pictured are new main entry vestibule doors, new classroom carpet, new classroom marker boards & cabinets plus IRP board with decorative Midway Shark fin.
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School Board Approves Construction Project Manager

The Mead School District Board of Directors has approved the selection of Heery International, Inc. as the construction project manager for the five flagship projects (new middle school, elementary school, performing arts/athletic venue, maintenance facility & transportation co-op facility) approved by voters on February 13, 2018.
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March 26 - Midway Modernization Update

Work is progressing rapidly on the current (South wing) phase of the project. The last and final phase - West wing - is scheduled to begin right after Spring Break. Pictured are installation of south wing windows, HVAC controls, lighting, classroom casework and wallpaper.
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