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Edmonds School District

Meadowdale Elementary School

Meadowdale Elementary School Photo

Project Description

Students were welcomed to the opening of their new school when they returned from summer break in the fall of 2000.

The new two-story school was built on the same site as the old school. The connecting Commons/Gym structure as well as classroom buildings all surround a central outside courtyard.

The library is located on the 2nd floor immediately above the Admin offices at the main entrance to the school.

Students arriving by bus utilize a separate drive and entrance to the building from those arriving at the visitor/parent drop-off entrance area at the front of the school. The facility is designed to accommodate 575 students.

Program Features

  • 24 Classrooms - 4 Learning Centers, each with a Shared Space and 6 classrooms
  • Commons with Stage and Gym linked by an operable partition, which can be opened to provide space for large gatherings and performances
  • Central outside courtyard for student gatherings or performances
  • Outdoor learning spaces/play areas and ball fields
  • Library with adjacent computer lab and media room

Area: 56,460 square feet

Start of Design: October 1997

Start of Construction: July 1999

Substantial Completion: October 2000

Occupancy: September 2000

Principal at Construction: Kyle Kinoshita

Project Manager: Roger Schultz

Architect: Bassetti Architects