Middle schoolers returned to school at their new campus yesterday after a year-long construction process, led by now-retired facility manager Mike Bassoni. Students had visited campus a day earlier to meet with their advisors and see the finished campus, which they were eager to explore. On their first full day of instruction, students flocked to the new lunch area and its array of items and greatly enjoyed using the new facilities such as the library and play areas. Days earlier, donors attended a special ribbon-cutting ceremony and received a tour of the campus, enjoying refreshments in its brand new gym.
“It was amazing to see the students on campus today, seeing the buildings, finding their way, meeting advisors and teachers, and friends and classmates of course!” said Evan Barth, middle school division head, in a letter to parents following the orientation.