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Elm Creek Elementary rendering

The Elm Creek (Neb.) district is replacing a nearly 100-year-old elementary school

Sept. 22, 2021
The new Elm Creek Elementary School will feature a multipurpose room and a new industrial arts lab for construction, welding and metals.

The Elm Creek (Neb.) district is tearing down a nearly 100-year-old elementary school to make way for a new one. 

The $11.9 million Elm Creek Elementary will serve students in grades pre-k through sixth grade, reports Kearney Hub.

The new school will have two classrooms per grade. There will be a multipurpose room and a new industrial arts lab for construction, welding and metals. The multipurpose room would be available for community members to use for youth sports practice or other activities.

The students will stay in the existing building until construction is finished. Once the new building is operating, the old building will be razed, and the area will become part of the school playground.

Construction is expected to be complete in 2023. 

Wilkins Architecture Design Planning designed the facility and BD Construction is the construction manager. 

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