Kewaskum School District, partnered with Bray Architects, successfully passed a referendum totaling $26.4 million in November 2016. Currently, the district’s middle and high schools are separate facilities that share a single campus. The project will further integrate the schools with the introduction of a new two-story middle school addition to the existing high school, creating a single building serving students in grades 6–12.
The middle school addition will feature new technical education spaces, core classrooms, cafeteria, and gymnasium. It will also include a central resource area that spans both floors, anchored by a monumental staircase. Upon completion of the project, the existing middle school will be demolished to accommodate a new parking area.
Renovation in the existing high school building will transform core classrooms, special education spaces, Alternative School areas, and several resource rooms.
Construction for this project began in August 2017 and is scheduled to be complete in Fall 2018.