New school district website finally up for Denny-Sealth (etc.)

“It only took a year,” apologized one district official, ruefully, before tonight’s Denny Middle School Site Redevelopment Design Team four-hour “charrette” (which is just getting under way now that non-district and non-consultant participants have arrived) — but, elapsed time aside, they are happy to announce tonight that there’s finally an official website for the Denny-Sealth project and other district BEX (Building Excellence) projects. The start page is at – the Denny-Sealth-specific information starts here, and includes everything from a photo gallery to permit information to the meeting calendar (including non-district meetings at which the project will be discussed).

1 Reply to "New school district website finally up for Denny-Sealth (etc.)"

  • sandra m December 8, 2008 (4:47 pm)

    The 12/1/08 meeting was productive. We came up with 3 possible design scenarios for the Denny site. My concern is that the school board may already have a preference for one of the designs, before a fair review.
    Pedestrian access, permeable surfaces, and good signage are important factors to consider. A scenario with 9 or 10 foot high, uninviting FENCES along the north boundary is the LEAST pedestrian-friendly and neighborhood-friendly from my point of view.

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