Over 230,000 square feet… over 190,000 bricks… over 380,000 blocks… a
million feet of electric wire… over 100,000 square feet of learning
space… 93 teacher desks… 9.3 miles geothermal wells… eight days to move
6,500 boxes from four buildings… 217 security cameras… and more.
Greenville City Schools’ K-8 Elementary and Middle School was open.
While the building had been in use since the middle of January, after
an extended Christmas break, Greenville City Schools’ new K-8 building
was opened and dedicated to the community February 26, 2017 at 2 p.m.
Speakers included GCSD Board President Jim Sommer, Bruce Miller,
Garmann Miller Architects, Former Rep. Jim Buchy, Senators Keith Faber
and Bill Beagle and Nathan Jones, Ohio Facilities Commission.
GCSD Superintendent Douglas Fries introduced the Greenville Levy
“Strong Schools Strong Community” tri-chairs – Rita McCans, Susan
Spille, Jan Teaford – and campaign treasurer John Swallow to a standing
Entertaining, and also participating: GHS Jazz Scene, GHS NJROTC, GHS
Band, Invocation: Reverend Donald Myers, and GCSD Asst. Superintendent
Following the dedication, the building remained open to visitors until
See a complete photo set of the Dedication & Open House – as well
as earlier photo sets of the facility – at the CNO Community
Events Photo Gallery