Browns Point Elementary School Replacement

Browns Point Elementary

Browns Point

Browns Point Elementary Construction Updates

Browns Point students, including Finley O'Connell, Tristan Nicodemus, Carter Scharpp and Jayden Orton,  have a permanent place in their new school. They have signed their names on a beam that'll be visible in the new building's staff lounge. Crews placed that beam March 14 then added an evergreen tree and American flag -  a construction tradition marking the milestone of a structure reaching its full height.

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Browns Point Elementary School includes kindergarten through fifth grade. The former facility consisted of two buildings, the original 1951 Browns Point Elementary (23,965 square feet) and the original 1960 ​​Meeker Middle School (50,813 square feet). The new Browns Point Elementary School building is adjacent to the site of the old Meeker Middle School building.

The old Meeker Middle School building was demolished, and the land covered with a grass play area and additional parking. 

The district will keep the original Browns Point Elementary School building (including classrooms, a gym, cafeteria and stage). 

Estimated budget: $37.7 million
Construction started: October 2017
Opened: Dec. 4, 2018
Architect: TCF Architecture
Contractor: Skanska USA

This project is funded by the $500 million school construction bond voters approved in 2013.