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External EES View from Pick-Up Loops with Entrance

September 2021

Aerial of EES lot layout 1/7/22

January 2022

EES Classroom View with Natural Light, Cupboards, TV, Desks, White Board

September 2021

EES Gym View from Baseline with Hoops, High Ceiling, Center Logo, Screen, Windows

September 2021

Home of the Eagles and Eagle Logo Sign on Upper Main Entrance Internal Wall with Library Window

September 2021

Internal Hallway View with Door Frames, Wood Paneling, Light Green Wall Accent Paint

September 2021

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Angled wide view of building with scaffolding and lifts working on side of building and construction equipments/materials

April 2021

Groundbreaking photo group from above

June 2020

School leadership and board at groundbreaking

June 2020

Evergreen Elementary is the third school to be completed out of four elementary construction projects, and six projects overall, funded by the 2019 capital projects bond. 

This project was considered a school replacement project, as the new school building was constructed adjacent to the existing school, allowing students to attend on-site while the new school was being built. The new school opened its doors to students the first day of school for the 2021-2022 school year.

On Wednesday, June 16, 2021 then Superintendent Art Jarvis and school board members honored Hugh McMillan, longtime school supporter and tireless advocate of children, at a small ceremony to dedicate Evergreen Elementary School’s existing gymnasium as the future home of the Hugh McMillan Community Center.

The Evergreen replacement was designed by TCF Architecture and constructed by Absher Construction. The new school is over 50,000 square feet with 20 classrooms. 


 





 

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Hugh and Janice McMillan Community Center Dedication

On Wednesday, June 16, 2021 Superintendent Art Jarvis and school board members honored Hugh McMillan, longtime school supporter and tireless advocate of children, at a small ceremony to dedicate Evergreen Elementary School’s current gymnasium as the future home of the Hugh and Janice McMillan Community Center.

The dedication plaque message reads:

"Through your words and photographs, you shined a light on the students and staff in the Peninsula School District. You believed our stories were worthy of being told and we will carry that with us forever.

Thank you for your inspiration. Your legacy will live on in the many lives you have touched."




 

Principal Hugh Maxwell

Every time I drive to Evergreen and see the worksite, it still surprises me, and I reflect on how exciting this is for our school community and the energy this new building will bring to our staff,
students and parents.

Principal Hugh Maxwell


 


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Patrick Gillespie
Director of Facilities
(253) 530-3880
gillespiep@psd401.net 

Vicki Smith
Capital Projects Coordinator
253-530-3880
smithv@psd401.net

Project Management Consultants
Greene Gasaway
Jeff Greene, Calvin Gasaway,
Jesse Ahlberg, Sam Rosendahl