August 27, 2019

Board Tours Facilities, Presents Ten Year Facility Plan

Board Members tour East Hall High School

In July and August the Board of Education toured fifteen schools while finalizing the release of the Hall County School District Ten Year Facility Plan.

Schools toured were:

  • Tadmore Elementary (62 years old)
  • Sugar Hill Elementary (17 years old)
  • Myers Elementary (44 years old)
  • World Language Academy at Chestnut Mountain (54 years old)
  • Oakwood Elementary (53 years old)
  • McEver Elementary (63 years old)
  • Sardis Elementary (48 years old)
  • Lanier Elementary (63 years old)
  • Riverbend Elementary (65 years old)
  • White Sulphur Elementary (44 years old)
  • Lyman Hall Elementary (46 years old)
  • Chestnut Mountain Elementary (11 years old-newest HCSD elementary school)
  • East Hall High (62 years old)
  • West Hall High (31 years old)
  • Johnson High (47 years old)

The average age of the district's elementary schools is 41 years.

The average age of the district's middle schools is 29 years.

The average age of the district's high schools is 33 years.

Building age, structural conditions, spacial concerns and plumbing/electrical issues were heavy factors along with geographic locations of each school in assessing needs and determining the components of the Ten Year Facility Plan.

The Ten Year Facility Plan can be viewed here. It is important to note that this plan is simply a proposal to the public pending a referendum to be held on March 20, 2020. The School District has developed this list to present to the public for ultimate consideration at the ballot box.

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