Construction begins on Kellogg Middle School

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Construction fences are up and survey
markets dot the grounds at Kellogg
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Surveying has begun for Kellogg Middle School, the last school in the Shoreline School District to be rebuilt / remodeled.

There has been surveying and installation of chain link fencing around the fields on the North side and the play fields.

Survey markers have been placed on the West and South (Hamlin Park) and along 25th Ave NE.

Unlike Einstein Middle School, Kellogg has a lot of land. This will allow the new buildings to be built behind the current buildings. Students will stay in the old building until they can be moved to the new building.

Survey markers
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The new 150,888 square foot school will have the capacity for 1,071 students. The architect for this project is Mahlum Architects and contractor is Hoffman Construction. The total estimated cost for the project is $102,000,000.

The school was funded by a 2017 construction bond.

When completed in August 2020, the sixth grades will move to the middle schools, which will have three grades - 6, 7, 8 and the schools will operate without portables.


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