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Lyndon Schools to break ground for collaborative learning center

Artist’s drawing of Lyndon Schools’ new multi-function facility.

USD 421 is ready to celebrate the upcoming addition of a multi-functional facility to Lyndon Schools. USD 421 Superintendent Brad Marcotte is inviting all district patrons and members of the public to a groundbreaking ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, May 6, 2024, at the schools, 421 E. Sixth St., Lyndon.

The groundbreaking will commemorate the beginning of construction of the Collaborative Learning Center, which is an 8,061 square-foot multi-functional facility that will utilize specific measures to protect against storms and severe weather. Features include welded plate steel barrier shrouds for piping and duct penetrations, rooftop ventilation units, and exhaust fans for the kitchen and restrooms.

The new facility will also include a warming kitchen with kitchen hood, dishwasher, three-compartment sink, and other food prep equipment. A gas-fired water heater will provide hot water for sanitation.

During Monday’s ceremony, the Lyndon Middle School and High School Band will perform, followed by opening remarks and the groundbreaking. Refreshments will be provided by Nabholz Construction Corp., the project’s construction manager.

Information and graphic thanks to USD 421.

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