Elementary school to be built in Jackson (Mo.) district

Oct. 10, 2013
105,000-square-foot campus will be the largest elementary in the district.

The Jackson (Mo.) School District has broken ground for a new elementary school. The Southeast Missourian reports that the 105,000-square-foot building will sit on 15 acres and will be the largest elementary school in the district. The school will house kindergarten through fifth-grade students as well as an early childhood wing. It is being is financed with a bond of a little more than $16 million. The architect is Warner Nease Bost Architects, and the contractor is Brockmiller Construction.

Sponsored Recommendations

Schedule an AIA Course Presentation

Get closer to completing your annual AIA Continuing Education requirement.. Our continuing education courses will get you that much closer to completi…