Madrona K-8

Edmonds School District will replace the existing Madrona School, thanks to a 2014 voter-approved Capital Construction Bond, additional revenue from the sale and/or lease of District property and approval from the School Board. The new school will be constructed on the current site and replace the existing building. This project will run in conjunction with the Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace Elementary School replacements.

Originally built in 1963 and designed as a junior high school for grades 7-9, the current Madrona School buildings are physically worn-out and no longer functional or conducive to our current educational model. In July 2016, the School Board approved replacement of the school. This decision was made with careful consideration of the schools physical condition, capacity issues, safety, and inadequacies of current facility to the educational program.

The Madrona School design concept, budget and schedule are based on the District’s Educational Specification, along with the Lynndale Elementary School project which is currently complete. The new facility will be approximately 80,000 square feet with five new buildings for classrooms and one for the entry, administration, the gym, cafeteria, kitchen, library, and the school’s music and science programs. The project includes improved parking and bus/automobile circulation as well as new play fields.

The Total Project Budget for this project is $49,250,000 and construction will commence spring/summer 2017. The District intends to complete construction in time to open the new school for students in September 2018.

MADRONA DESIGN

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