EATON TWP. — The Midview Schools will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of the new middle school building at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The new middle school replaces the 57-year-old former middle school building on West Capel Road.
Immediately following the ceremony, there will be light refreshments and a chance for the public to tour the new school.
“The ribbon cutting ceremony is going to be a historic event for the Midview community,” Principal John Brown said. “The school year has gotten off to a great start, and the students love the new building. We are excited to now officially share it with the rest of the community.”
All school district faculty and staff, family members and Midview residents are invited to attend. Special guests for the ceremony include state Sen. Gayle Manning, R-North Ridgeville, Grafton Mayor Megan Flanigan and Eaton Township Trustee Linda Morrison.
The new middle school building is on the same campus as the elementary school and Adelsburg Stadium. It includes enhanced technology for learning and a variety of energy efficient features such as low-flow plumbing fixtures to conserve water, high-efficiency boilers and air-handling units, motion sensors for lighting controls and lots of
Scott Goggin, the district’s administrative director of professional education services, said the new building will help the district lead by example.
“Our focus on being environmentally responsible and technologically advanced paces our students for innovation and success in life beyond their academic careers,” Goggin said.
Contact Cindy Leise at 329-7245 or email@example.com.