Two school groundbreaking ceremonies Apr 29

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Shoreline Public Schools is hosting two school construction project groundbreaking ceremonies on Monday, April 29, 2019 to commemorate the beginning of construction on the new Einstein and Kellogg Middle Schools.

The first ceremony will be held at 5:30pm at Einstein Middle School, 19343 3rd Ave NW. Attendees are asked to gather near the school’s track.

At 6:30pm there will be a ceremony held at Kellogg Middle School, 16045 25th Ave. NE. Attendees should gather in the north parking lot.

There is no need to RSVP, but if you have any questions, please contact our Public Information Office at or 206-393-4412.

Both projects have an anticipated completion date of August 2020. The new schools will each be approximately 150,000 square feet with the capacity for 1,071 students at each school.

The architect for the Einstein project is Integrus Architects and contractor is Hoffman Construction. The architect for the Kellogg project is Mahlum Architects and contractor is Hoffman Construction. The total estimated cost for each school is $102,000,000.

The middle school projects are two of four school construction projects being funded by a school construction bond approved by 73 percent of Shoreline School District voters in February 2017. Other projects to be funded by the bond include construction of the Edwin Pratt Early Learning Center and new Parkwood Elementary.


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