Posted on April 21, 2021
Categories: Capital Programs

The Hamilton school, built in 1968, underwent a major transformation last year that addressed major systems like heating, cooling, electrical upgrades, window and door replacement, masonry repairs, bathroom upgrades, and schoolyard improvements. All classrooms were modernized with new flooring, fresh paint, window shades, lighting, electrical and data outlets to meet modern technology needs, and new furniture that supports learning in the 21st century.

The new mechanical systems are high-efficiency, which will provide improved indoor air quality, as well as energy savings. The electrical upgrades will support modern technology in the classroom. The new windows and doors will provide natural lighting which improves the environment for learning. The school was outfitted with new furniture to support project-based learning, and aids in making the school a welcoming place for the students, staff and parents. Phase #2, during which we will continue renovating additional classrooms and bathrooms, began this month and is estimated to be completed this fall.