In September 2019, your Board of Education adopted the Madison Schools Renewal Plan to address our aging school buildings, which range in age from 18 to 64 years old. The plan reflects the work of the Board of Education, the District administration, and community stakeholders over the last several years.
The comprehensive plan will allow our community to:
- Construct a PreK-5 elementary school on the Green Hill Campus
- Transform Brown Intermediate School into a K-5 school
- Maintain Polson as a 6-8 school and DHHS as 9-12
- Complete significant renovations at Polson including new Air Quality Systems/HVAC, auditorium modernization, and security enhancements
The plan will result in the closure of two of our oldest school buildings - Jeffrey and Ryerson elementary schools - as well as the Town Campus Learning Center Preschool (TCLC), contracting the district down to four buildings. Construction would commence shortly after a successful referendum and all new and renovated buildings would open their doors in 2025.
The comprehensive plan selected and set for a public referendum in Feb. 2022 will allow our buildings to deliver improved indoor air quality, comply with current building codes, include enhanced school security, and ultimately provide learning environments that meet the needs of education today and into the future.
The buttons below provide the public an opportunity to learn more about how this renewal plan will positively impact our school community at every level, about the development of the plan, and about how this plan will help move our whole community forward.