From dreams to reality, a new chapter begins at Nottingham Elementary as part of the 2017 Bond Project
As the beginning of the school year draws near, enthusiastic Spring Branch ISD staff eagerly prepare to welcome back students. This year, the excitement is electric at one elementary where teachers and staff anticipate returning to class at a brand-new school.
Nottingham Elementary Principal Becky Hagan can hardly contain her excitement, "we are thrilled to move into the new Nottingham Elementary! Our students will have access to wonderful learning spaces that will foster their growth and inspire their limitless curiosity. It is going to be an incredible year!"
This new campus is made possible through the 2017 Bond Program, which received overwhelming approval from 80% of the voters in November 2017. This program builds upon the success of the 2007 Bond Program and continues the transformation of district facilities.
The school's design showcases collaborative areas that extend learning beyond the confines of traditional classrooms and open spaces filled with abundant natural light. It seamlessly blends with the surrounding neighborhood, becoming a cornerstone of the community.
The grand opening of the new Nottingham Elementary is scheduled for September 27, an event that the entire SBISD community will celebrate.
This is just one of the many projects in the 2017 Bond, which aims to replace the nine oldest elementary schools and one middle school. Additionally, it provides much-needed renovations to classrooms and facilities and various other upgrades across the district.
"We are incredibly grateful to the voters who supported the 2017 Bond Project," added Hagan. "Our school is beautiful and I can't wait to see all the learning that will take place within these walls."
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