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D.C. Everest's Future Ready Design / Plan / Construction Phases

  • The D.C. Everest Area School District prides itself on offering high quality educational opportunities for all students — and providing an environment conducive to learning is critical to that mission. Although our District has garnered a reputation as an innovative leader in education, our facilities — the majority of which were built in the 1950s, 60s and 70s — could no longer keep up with advances in technology. This challenge was compounded by the Act 10 budget cuts that reduced our budget by $6 million/year despite a consistent increase in student enrollment.

    Despite being fiscally responsible and doing our best to maintain our heavily-used facilities using funds from our fiscal year budgets, the funds were no longer sufficient. In order to improve the safety of our facilities, reduce crowding, upgrade our classrooms to 21st century standards and secure necessary infrastructure updates we partnered with Nexus Solutions, expert educational facility consultants, and conducted a District-wide facility assessment that resulted in a 500-page audit. After months of careful review and input from District personnel, we compiled a list of major projects and improvements to be completed at each school. The Referendum Proposal was submitted to the DCE School Board for a vote and approved in December 2017. On April 3, 2018, our community voted to approve the $59.8 million Future Ready referendum.

    We are meeting bi-weekly with project partners and building staff to determine building priorities and finalize the project designs. The first four buildings being prepared for construction are Rothschild Elementary School, the Junior High School, Senior High School, and Weston Elementary.

    The D.C. Everest Area School District is grateful for the support of our DCE families, community members and businesses. Because of their support, our schools and community will be future ready!


Updates

  • Design and construction for building projects districtwide will continue through 2021, so stay tuned for more updates as we progress.

Senior High School

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Junior High School

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Rothschild Elementary

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Weston Elementary

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  • Weston Elementary

    Meetings between staff and consultants are beginning.


  • On behalf of the D.C. Everest Area School District — its 6,022 students, 415 teachers, staff and administrators — we would like to thank DCE families, community members and businesses for supporting the April 3 referendum. Because of your support, our schools and community will be future ready!