BUILDING FOR LEARNINGTimeline for 2016 Bond Projects
In November 2016, the Auburn community passed a $456,056,000 bond to replace six aging schools and build two new elementary schools.
The bond will replace:
- Chinook Elementary, built in 1963
- Dick Scobee Elementary, built in 1954
- Lea Hill Elementary, built in 1965
- Olympic Middle School, built in 1957
- Pioneer Elementary, built in 1959
- Terminal Park Elementary, built in 1945
The two new elementary schools will provide increased classroom space.
Thanks to the tremendous support of the community, the Auburn School District is going to build eight amazing schools that will serve the community for generations. The timeline for completing all of the projects is about eight years.
Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.To follow the progress for each school, click on the school name below:
Timeline: Opened September 2019
The project: The new Olympic was built on the existing site while the old school building remained in operation. The old Olympic is an interim school for four of the five elementary schools as they are replaced. Dick Scobee is using the old Olympic building during the 19-20 school year.
Timeline: Fall of 2021
The district purchased property on Lea Hill for Elementary #16. Elementary #16 is located at 13002 SE 304th Street, Auburn, and will open in the fall of 2021 and serve as the interim site for Lea Hill Elementary during the 21-22 school year when Lea Hill is razed and replaced. BLRB Architects was selected to design and administer construction of the new elementary.
Plan: Terminal Park will be rebuilt on the existing site. Students will attend Olympic as an interim facility for one year while the existing school is razed and rebuilt. NAC Architecture was selected to design and administer construction of Terminal Park.