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Hidden River Breaks Ground on Expansion Project
Erin Zacharda

Hidden River Middle School ceremoniously broke ground to signal the start of the school's $20 million expansion project.

With construction projects nearly complete at Frank Wagner Elementary, Park Place Middle School and Salem Woods Elementary, it was Hidden River Middle School's turn to ceremoniously break ground to signal the start of the school's $20 million expansion project.

As students, staff, district administration, members of the construction and design teams, and school board representatives gathered in the field behind the school, the rain clouds parted, allowing the group to celebrate the beginning of the district's next large scale project.

The HRMS expansion project is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2019 school year and will include a new academic wing (23,653 sq ft) which will contain a new commons/cafeteria, kitchen, two science classrooms, two general classrooms, a visual arts classroom, and a STEAM lab. The project also features a new football/soccer field and a baseball field, both with synthetic turf.

Principal of Hidden River Middle School, Brett Wille, expressed his gratitude to the community for supporting the 2015 Bond that made the expansion project possible.

The HRMS project was awarded to Lincoln Construction of Spanaway, WA and designed by Hutteball + Oremus Architecture, Inc.

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