Ridgefield School District remodels and renovates for new school yearPosted August 21st, 2012
While no students roam the halls of Ridgefield’s schools during the summer, the district’s maintenance staff has filled its corridors with the sounds of construction. This summer, the maintenance team finished several projects throughout the district to give students new and improved learning spaces. The team finished two large projects at the high school and one at the middle school. Building 100 at Ridgefield High School received a complete corridor remodeling including new tile and wall coverings throughout, and the gym floor was fully sanded and refinished. STEM classrooms were remodeled at View Ridge Middle School to prepare for this fall’s Industrial Arts classes. Drought-resistant and low-allergen “red sunset” maple trees were also planted at Union Ridge Elementary School. For more information, contact Eric Johnson at 360-326-8433 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.ridge.k12.wa.us.