Projects

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The South Kingstown School Committee’s Stage II Submission to the Rhode Island Department of Education proposes a series of investments in the public school facilities.

Guided by an educational vision to enhance teaching and learning, the proposal includes plans to:

  • Expand, renovate, and convert the middle school at Curtis Corner into a relocated South Kingstown High School.
  • Expand and renovate the Broad Rock site into a true middle school, serving all students in grades 6-8.
  • Make smaller capital investments in all four elementary school buildings, including upgraded library / media centers, and add grade 5 to all.
  • Discontinue use of the existing high school facility on Columbia Street and the adjacent Hazard Building.
  • Demolish the existing District Administration building at Curtis Corner site to accommodate the high school project.
  • Relocate the District Administration offices to the former South Road Elementary School site (currently vacant).

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

HIGH SCHOOL

Grades 9-12


Expand, renovate, and convert the middle school at Curtis Corner into a relocated South Kingstown High School.

  • 85,966 sq. ft. addition
  • Flexible spaces for multiple modes of hands-on learning
  • Technology enhancements
  • Upgraded Career and Technical Education (CTE) studios
  • Environmental focus
  • 1,000 seat auditorium
  • New gymnasium/fitness center
  • Community room
  • Improved safety and security
  • System efficiency upgrades

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Grades 6-8


Expand and renovate the Broad Rock site into a true middle school, serving all students in grades 6-8.

  • Two mirrored additions totaling 32,485 additional sq. ft.
  • Flexible spaces for multiple modes of hands-on learning
  • Environmental focus
  • Technology enhancements
  • Large common space
  • Teacher collaboration suites
  • Improved safety and security
  • System efficiency upgrades

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grades PK-5


Make capital investments in all four elementary buildings, including:

  • Upgraded library / media centers
  • Shared collaboration spaces
  • Technology enhancements
  • Systems improvements

Add grade 5 to every elementary school.

Operate early childhood programs and Integrated PreK at Wakefield Elementary.