David Wolfle Elementary
David Wolfle Elementary was modernized with a new building in 1990. The current campus consists of 8 buildings, including portables, with multiple points of entry which makes safety and security difficult to manage. Wolfe staff and volunteers are currently utilizing hallways for individualized and small group instruction, since there are no spaces dedicated for this type of student support. Ingress and egress is a challenge with the current location of the building on the property and results in traffic backing up to highway 104. The facility has had ongoing challenges with major systems and infrastructure. Modernization of the existing building would require displacing students to other schools for two years. This displacement of students, along with the challenges of the current facility makes modernization of the current building not feasible.
- Replace existing building and portables with new building
- 70,000 square ft
- Student capacity of 450 students
- Modern, flexible learning spaces to support diverse learning environments
- Separate gymnasium and common space for school and community use
- Purpose built wing for Options K-8 multi-age program
- Improves safety and security by greatly reducing the number of entry points to the school
- Upgraded parking, bus pickup/drop off, and improved ingress and egress
- New play fields
- Projected start date: June 2026
- Cost: $75,275,806
This project is eligible for $5,275,505 in state matching funds.
If the bond is approved by voters, money collected from the 2022 capital levy for the gymnasium addition will be moved to this project.