Throughout the benchmarking process, WDMCS administrators, staff, students, parents, and the community provided feedback on the needs of our current two junior high buildings. Because instructional needs are driving construction solutions, any potential solutions developed will focus on striving to do what’s best for learners in a diverse and changing world.
The Board of Education approved the framework for the Master Plan process in January which will move sixth-grade out of the elementary buildings into a middle school model for grades six, seven, and eight.
The following information outlines the types, quantities, and adjacencies of spaces needed for both junior high schools. Site-specific needs and enrollments customize the space to support individual needs.
What Do the Colors Mean?
- Blue = classroom space (learning studios)
- Orange = space to support special programs such as English Language Learnings, Special Education, Extended Learning Program, Reading Resource, Title I, or other programs which provide individual or small group space for learning.
- Yellow = commons areas for small and large-group activities.
- Green = non-core class space for physical education, music, arts, outdoor learning, etc.
- Red = office space for administration, health, etc.
- Gray = restrooms, kitchen, and other building support spaces.
What Do the Solid Lines and dotted Lines Mean?
Solid lines indicate self-contained areas which include walls and doorways.
Dotted lines indicate space which may be open or flexible in size based and how furniture and/or moveable walls are configured.
Individual School Plans
INDIAN HILLS JUNIOR HIGH
Current Enrollment: 641 students
Target Capacity*: 1,050 students
*Target capacity takes into account the addition of sixth-grade classes.