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School Expansion: Gilham Elementary School

Local voters approved a bond measure in November 2018 to replace three aging school buildings, make repairs and renovations, and fund capital improvements at every 4J school.

At Gilham Elementary School, classrooms will be added to increase capacity and address overcrowding in the growing Sheldon region.

The 2013 bond measure funded a master planning process and the first phase of planned improvements at Gilham Elementary School. The 2018 bond measure will fund phase two of the master plan, enclosing the covered play area to add gym space and adding classrooms to accommodate the region’s growing population.

Gilham Master Plan

 

About the Project 

Timeline: TBD
Architect team: TBD
• General contractor: TBD
• Existing building history: Constructed in 1966

 

About the School Bond Measure

In November 2018, voters in Eugene School District 4J resoundingly passed a $319.3 million school bond measure to replace three aging school buildings, provide for program moves, and fund improvements at every 4J school, including new student technology, updated instructional materials, accessibility and equitability enhancements, security upgrades, and building repairs.