Bond-funded construction improvements will continue this winter at Schirle Elementary School. Voters passed a bond measure in 2018 to fund improvements across the entire district.
Bond funding is providing more than $9 million in additions and improvements at Schirle to help prepare for future enrollment growth, increase safety and security and protect the public’s investment in the school building.
Photo updates and construction progress:
InLine Commercial Construction, the general contractor for Schirle’s construction project, is making good progress with the work. Track the progress of construction from start to finish and view photo updates of the new and renovated spaces by visiting Schirle’s photo gallery, available on the district website.
Highlights of construction planned at Schirle include:
• Two new classrooms
• A new cafeteria and kitchen
• Removal of all portable classrooms
• Creating a secured vestibule at the front entry with a visitor-check in area
• Gym improvements
• Intercom system upgrades
• Plumbing improvements and more
Construction is expected to be substantially complete early in the fall of 2022.
More information about Schirle’s bond project and other construction projects in Salem-Keizer Public Schools can be found on the Bond Projects home page.