In keeping with the tradition of naming their schools after a philosophy or direction, the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Board of Education unanimously voted for Liberty Middle School, the new school building which replaced its Central Middle School.
The 134,500 square foot facility was part of a $114 million bond that passed in 2013. The programming for the school highlighted STEM lab classrooms and included complete school network wiring services, with the focus on creating 21st century classrooms. As such, classrooms have interactive projectors that tie into teachers’ laptops, as well as document cameras and sound fields so students can better hear.
Jeffers Elementary School underwent a 45,000 square foot, two-story addition. Classrooms gained approximately 100-200 square feet, allowing space for new flexible furniture.Learn More →
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Following the passage of a 2016 bond, Port Huron Schools was hoping to modernize its aging Northern High School, with both modern finishes and systems to supportLearn More →
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