The school's new design will nearly double its enrollment capacity with a maximum of 930 students. New construction will begin in March 2017, with the renovation and addition scheduled to be unveiled summer of 2018.Watch the video below to see an architectural rendering of the new I. The new building was designed to pay tribute to the art deco look of the previous structure, but with a modern twist.Elementary School buildings are the setting for the first four to eight years of a child's formal education, a period of structured schooling that is compulsory in most countries.In the United States, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), first enacted in 1965 and reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act, is the principal federal law that affects kindergarten through 12th grade (K–12).The phasing plan allowed the new school to be built while the existing campus remained fully operational and safe for the public.The water tank, pump room, leach field, and septic system were rerouted to the new school once it was move-in ready, and the old parking lot was preserved.Architecture firm Goettsch Partners (GP) has designed the signature building that will be the new home of Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music and provide additional space for the School of Communication on Northwestern’s Evanston campus.Darden Architects has provided comprehensive Architectural, Planning and Interior Design services to K-12 District clients throughout California for over 55 years.
The second floor consists of classrooms, art rooms, small breakout spaces and a large community collaboration area that overlooks the main entrance.The land swap will make the transition from the old building to the new school seamless for children, parents and teachers. The new construction plan involved a land-swap agreement with the City of Mesquite, allowing the new school to be built on the adjacent city park.Check out the video below: https://youtu.be/E6MKfuq EPJo. Once the new building is complete, a city park will be established on the former school site.This new school replaces an outdated elementary school in a small town with a population of just a few hundred people.The updated design provides new multipurpose spaces, captures mountain views, and complements the local architectural character by combing colorful stucco, metal roofing, and stone accents.