GCSS unveils design for new Greene County Primary School building
Greensboro, Ga. — The Greene County School System has released three architectural renderings of the proposed design for the new Greene County Primary School building.
The renderings depict the building’s conceptual appearance, which could change slightly based on value engineering, exact positioning on the build site, and the school’s educational program needs. Grades Pre-K through 3rd will be housed in the new facility, with the option to expand to include additional grade bands in the future if needed.
“We are excited to soon be able to offer a new, state-of-the art educational facility to our youngest students,” said Dr. Chris Houston, Superintendent. “The early, foundational learning years can set the trajectory for a student’s entire educational career, and we plan for this building, which will incorporate the latest innovations in education and technology, to be an important part of their strong start.”
The 20-acre tract of land on Meadowcrest Road that the Greene County Board of Education purchased from the Board of Commissioners to serve as the location for the new school building has passed the required environmental testing, and the building’s design has been submitted for approval by the Georgia Department of Education. Construction of the $22 million, 110,000 square-foot facility is expected to be completed in July 2023.