Shorewood High School - plans for rebuild and remodel

Monday, December 14, 2009

The model for the building and grounds of the new Shorewood High School
The view is from the southeast (Aurora) to the northwest (175th and Fremont)

Aerial view of the site plan for the new / remodeled Shorewood High School
The new high school is in white, located on the firm ground at the north end of the site, which is ten acres smaller than the Shorecrest site. The historic Ronald School would be retrofitted to current earthquake standards and the tops floors would be a performing arts center and classrooms, comparable to the theatre at Shorecrest. As part of the new Shoreline Town Center, the building would be available and accessible for public events. The new three-wing, three-story classroom building is at the left. The south end of the campus, which is on a former bog, will have new tennis courts, track/football/soccer field, and baseball diamonds.

There are two videos online with information on the Shoreline School District’s bond/levy proposals on the February 9, 2010 ballot, which include the plan for funding the new high schools. The first video is Superintendent Sue Walker detailing the three ballot measures and the second shows Shorecrest Principal Pat Hegarty and Shorewood Principal Bill Dunbar talking about the high school design process. Link to videos.

 Shorewood High School Conceptual Design Steering Committee

Cameron Adams- Student (’09)
Lindsey Burrows – Certificated Staff World Language
Mandi Counter- Highland Terrace Community
Todd Crandell- Meridian Park Community
Bill Dunbar – Shorewood Principal
Alisan Giesy- Certificated Staff, Science Department
David Harrington- Certificated Staff, Counseling
Marcia Harris- Deputy Superintendent
Eric Jensen- Highland Terrace Community
Blake Knutson- Student (’10)
Pamela London- Student (’10)
Mark Lund- Parkwood Community
Dale Lydin- Echo Lake Community
Debbie Marsh- Classified Staff, Library Services
Barbara Miller- Certificated Staff, Dean of Students ( Special Education)
Claire Nieman- Student (’09)
Paul Nelson- Highland Terrace and Meridian Park High Cap Community
Kristen O’Loughlin- Student (’12)
Brock Parker- Student (’09)
Cindy Pridemore- Syre Community
Brian Schultz- Executive Director of Learning and Schools
Sally Tonkin- Certificated Staff, Art
Kane Thomas- Student (’10)
Alice Wang- Student (’12)
Jim Wright- Classified Staff, Head Custodian 

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