New Arbor Heights Elementary: Community meeting August 7th

July 12, 2013 at 10:39 am | In Arbor Heights, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 1 Comment

Questions about Seattle Public Schools‘ plan for the new Arbor Heights Elementary School? The district has announced a community meeting with updates and Q/A. It’s set for 7 pm August 7th. Here’s the announcement:

Dear Arbor Heights community,

Seattle voters approved the Seattle Public Schools Building Excellence IV (BEX IV) Capital Levy in February 2013, which includes the project to replace the existing Arbor Heights building with a newly constructed elementary school building on the Arbor Heights site.

The meeting will be presented by representatives of Seattle Public Schools capital projects team and Bassetti Architects and will include information about the projects’ early design progress. You will be able to learn more about the project scope, schedule, existing conditions and design explorations, ask questions and give feedback.

This will happen at the current AH Elementary, 3701 SW 104th.

1 Comment

  1. Can you imagine 45mil for what maybe 350 or mayby 400 kids’ Thats alot of doe for so little. Here in seattle we pride our selvs in helping other people. Imagine if this amount of money was used to help people in real need? Heck how does a new school 45 million dolar building efectt how a 10 year old learns to read.

    how the heck did all of us old people evey mange to ever get by

    Comment by boy — 12:40 am July 13, 2013 #

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