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5/22/2017 | TACOMA, Washington
Celebrate the historic modernization of Stewart Middle School on Wednesday, May 24, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. A short ceremony begins at 5:45 p.m., followed by self-guided tours and a showcase of life at Stewart in 2017.
Event highlights include helping create a mural with the Tacoma Art Museum, a chance to talk to the project architect and contractor, a showcase by the robotics team, broadcast students capturing alumni stories, spoken word performances, the Stewart drum line, and more.
Built in 1924, Stewart reopens after the first significant renovation in its history. The new interior provides spaces for a modern educational program while maintaining the historic building’s exterior. One of the most noticeable changes includes the transformation of the school’s auditorium by leveling the original sloping floor and installing telescoping theater seats to create a commons area that serves as both a student dining area and performance space.
Stewart is one of 14 major school modernization and replacement projects made possible by a $500 million Tacoma Public Schools construction bond passed by voters in 2013. The City of Tacoma’s Landmarks Preservation Commission honored Tacoma Public Schools last weekend for its commitment to preservation, including recent historic renovations of Washington Elementary School, McCarver Elementary School and Stewart Middle School.
About the Stewart Middle School Modernization Project
The newly modernized school demonstrates a blend of innovative, flexible spaces and the latest technology and furniture while maintaining its historic essence, including historically appropriate window replacement.
Goals for the Stewart Middle School Modernization Project included:
The architects accomplished the goals through the following elements:
Tacoma Public Schools is the only district designated an Innovation Zone by Washington State. A leader in implementing innovative schools and programs to meet the diverse needs of every student, every day, TPS serves approximately 30,000 students from preschool to grade 12 and at nearly 5000 employees is one of the largest employers in Tacoma. Learn more...
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