Facilities Progress Report 12-02-2016
Facilities Progress Report 

Improvements on Hockinson High School are nearing completion and the new Middle School is taking shape. These projects have been carefully planned to enhance learning opportunities for our students and are only possible due to the generosity of our community, which approved a construction bond in 2015.

Here’s the latest!

Middle School Construction

The latest (Dec. 2)

The walls are rising at the new HMS! And that’s despite Southwest Washington having the wettest October on record and a very moist November. Capital projects manager Damon Roche says Robinson Construction has kept up their momentum: “They’ve maximized it—they’ve pulled it off.”

The aerial shots don’t offer a sense of height, but some of those walls—such as near the main entrance and administration offices—are nearly two stories tall. 

Steel roofing has already been delivered, so watch for that installation to begin in the administration and classroom area the week of Dec. 12.

On the field, you can see the long jump pits and high jump pits have been installed.

We are excited that students and staff are scheduled to move into the school in time to begin the 2017-18 school year—six months earlier than previously planned! 

The main entrance is at the upper left, and this area will include administration and classroom areas.

This concrete wall will be adjacent to the parking area. Inside are the STEM classroom and band room.

Ariel View of HMS Project
Aerial view of the project site.

 long jump pits inside the track
Note the long jump pits inside the track.

Aerial view of the entire HMS/administration campus
Aerial view of the entire HMS/administration campus.