GEORGE WASHINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL – LYONS SCHOOL DISTRICT 103
The George Washington Middle School was recently expanded and remodeled to accommodate the increased enrollment in the Lyons Elementary School District.
Several new classrooms and an art room were included as part of the school’s new south addition. The existing school building was reconfigured by the relocation of the nurse’s office, the creation of a new Multi-Purpose Room supporting district presentations and assemblies, and the installation of a full preparation kitchen.
Other building improvements include ceiling and lighting upgrades, locker replacements, and improved student resource classrooms. The new covered main entry provided an improved school image and much needed protection from the weather for students.
Type of Facility: Middle School
Grades Served: 6-8
Area of Addition: 12,510
Area of Renovation: 12,095
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