Final Camas Ridge School Design Input Sought

Friday, December 3, 2021 19:28

Community invited to review and rank four design options for the new elementary school

School Design Style Input Form

Before finalizing plans for the new Camas Ridge Community Elementary School, the district is seeking community input to help select the final design elements of the new school.

Responsive to community feedback, the design team has provided four different design style options for community consideration—three new design styles along with the original design style shared in October.

Each of the new options offers a different approach to creating a warmer and welcoming school building appearance, including some larger windows and a warmer color palette.

Please take a few minutes to review and rank the four design options by Sunday, December 12. This community input will inform the district’s final selection of the design for the new school, which must be finalized without delay to keep the project on schedule. We value your input.

School Design Style Input Form
open through Sunday, December 12

Work at the Camas Ridge site is set to begin in 2022 and the new building will open in fall 2024.

The new Camas Ridge school building is made possible by the 2018 school bond measure. It is designed for safety and security, efficiency and sustainability, and 21st century learning. The new Camas Ridge Elementary School will be a high-quality learning environment and community asset for generations to come.

Voters in Eugene School District 4J resoundingly passed a bond measure in November 2018 to fund capital improvements for 4J schools including the construction of three new school buildings for North Eugene High School, Edison Elementary School and Camas Ridge Elementary School. Bond funds will be used to repair schools, improve security, update technology and learning materials, support career technical education, and more. Every 4J school will benefit.

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