Newest look at what the new Denny Middle School will look like

May 15, 2009 at 2:04 pm | In Denny-Sealth, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 2 Comments

(entrance and courtyard for new Denny Middle School)
We’ve just received these new renderings of what Denny Middle School — as of next fall, Denny International Middle School — will look like when its new building is complete on the Chief Sealth High School campus nearby. This view is looking west:

They’re from a presentation made to the Denny PTSA this week; you can see the full presentation, with other renderings, including the plan for the current Denny site, here. (While the presentation says the new building will be done in late winter 2011, we’re told that Denny principal Jeff Clark still plans to move the staff that summer and start classes there in fall 2011, as he told us two months ago .)

More on this week’s presentation, and other aspects of the ongoing CSHS renovation/DMS (future) construction project, can be found on this district-maintained website. The site also includes monthly construction updates (with photos).

2 Comments

  1. I’m at home and can hear the band practice right now on the old Denny Middle School campus.

    Comment by Chris — 2:57 pm May 15, 2009 #

  2. Perhaps the School Board, School Administration, Parks and Rec Department and Seattle Public Utilities can find it within themselves to open up the campus in the way that Nathan Hale and that whole creek area is open – to those who attend and to those who live nearby. Presently there is hardly any stretch of the SW Athletic Area, SW Community Center, Sealth HS or Denny MS campuses which I would consider “open.” Jail-like and secure like a water reservoir, yes, open, hardly. That situation needs to be fixed before the school opens. Security considerations need to be made (cameras?), but the grounds must be considered the public open space they are and must be treated by the city that way as well. We’ve got all this park-like space totally and completely sequestered out of our reach. Why?

    Comment by chas redmond — 5:39 pm May 15, 2009 #

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