Anne Hutchinson, George Washington, Pocahontas and Thomas Paine were all on hand at Alexander Graham Bell Elementary on June 11 as students hosted their annual “Wax Museum” event.
Timberline Middle School
New Middle School – Redmond Ridge
Construction began on the new middle school two years ago. But you can watch the building rise in one minute with this TMS time-lapse video.
For most Timberline Middle School teachers and staff, June 6 was their first opportunity to tour the new school.
Join Principal Heidi Paul for a sneak peek of the new middle school at Redmond Ridge.
Four new school buildings will welcome students for the first day of school in 100 days – September 3.
Timberline Middle School had its staff kick-off meeting in March.
Photo credit: Tim Rice Photography
The Long-Term Facilities Task Force project recommendations included a new middle school in the Redmond Learning Community to help accommodate the district’s growing enrollment in that area.
Architect: McGranahan Architecture
Contractor: Lydig Construction
Location: Redmond Ridge Drive NE and NE 99th Place, Redmond Ridge
Square Footage: 134,000
Capacity: 900 students
Spaces: 24 standard classrooms, instrumental and vocal music, special education, art, lab science, CTE, library, cafeteria/commons with stage, and gymnasium
Estimated Project Cost: $77,592,000 (Includes construction costs of $47.6 million in 2016 dollars, $22.8 million in non-construction costs, and $7.2 million in expected construction inflation).
Planned opening: September 2019
Neighborhood boundaries: Boundaries will be developed in a process including public feedback during the 2017-18 school year.
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