Community Elementary School

The additions at Community Elementary help the Edgerton School District better serve its K-5 students while also allowing for enrollment growth.

Need: Improve school security, address facility maintenance, and enhance educational spaces

Solution: Renovate and build two additions to the existing elementary school

Result: A like-new building that functions as two schools in one with dedicated spaces for primary (K-2) and intermediate (3-5) students

Community Elementary School Main Entrance with students walking

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Edgerton, WI


71,900 sq ft (renovation); 49,800 sq ft (addition)

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Design Features

The additions and renovations feature:

Community Elementary School quiet seating area with students reading
Edgerton High School Main Entrance with students walking into school

Edgerton High School

We also teamed with the Edgerton School District to expand and renovate its high school, creating vibrant spaces that better support student safety and learning.

Community Elementary School library exterior

Passing the Referendum

We partnered with the Edgerton School District to pass a $40.6 million facilities referendum that led to improvements at Community Elementary School, Edgerton High School, and two other buildings. The district-wide improvements focused on upgrading school security, addressing facility maintenance, and enhancing learning environments.

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