In 2017, Wyoming voters approved a no-tax-rate increase bond proposal which funded district-wide improvements to aging school facilities, enhanced safety and security measures, and developed the High School into a state-of-the-art learning facility. Because of the success and transformation of the High School, the District is asking the community to consider substantial improvements to the learning environments at the Junior High, a dated facility which does not support best practices for teaching and learning.
The building was constructed for a different era of teaching and learning and no longer supports current best practices in education. It has not seen major structural improvements since 1979, and cosmetic improvements and roofing were last completed in 1999. Renovations and reconstruction would include: