District seeks public input in naming of new middle school

October 9, 2015

By Staff

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NEW — 4:05 p.m. Oct. 10, 2015

Construction on the new Renton School District middle school is on time and on budget.

The two-story school designed by NAC Architecture will occupy the 11-acre site of the Renton Academy, next to Hazelwood Elementary School. It is set to open September 2016.

Now, the district is seeking public input to determine the name of the new school. Everyone is encouraged to offer their suggestions in this four-question survey offered by the district here.

District officials outlined the following criteria when determining a name:

  • A nominated name will be widely known to, and significant to, the community.
  • The names submitted will not conflict nor cause confusion with the names of other facilities in the district or surrounding districts.
  • The use of names of living persons will be avoided unless the circumstances warrant an exception.
  • The names of key supporting organizations may be used.

View district photos of the construction progress here.

The project was made possible thanks to voter support of an April 2012 bond measure. The $97 million bond measure will fund the school, improvements to the Lindbergh High School pool and other construction cost

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