If the propositions listed on the 2023 November ballot passes, Greenville ISD will construct two new campuses and do major renovations on a third. So, what will happen to the facilities housing students who will receive a new campus?
If Proposition A, the proposed new middle school, passes the following will occur:
→ Students in grades 6-8 will attend the NEW Greenville Middle School
→ The current middle school building will serve as Greenville ISD’s Administration Building, Horizons High School & GAEP
→ Wesley Martin Administration Building will serve as the district’s Technology Hub.
→ The current Travis Intermediate building will serve as Travis Elementary.
If Proposition B, the proposed new early childhood center, passes the following will occur:
→ Students in Early Childhood will attend the NEW L.P. Waters Early Childhood Center.
→ The current Early Childhood Center will be demolished following the completed construction of the new building.
→ The current New Horizons High School will serve as a Head Start Facility or Elementary Campus expansion.
If Proposition C, the proposed high school renovations, passes the following will occur:
→ Repurpose existing hall locker space at main circulation space
→ Renovate existing restrooms, including fixtures and finishes
→ Replace/repair ceiling tile and grid at system.
→ Update all finishes in classrooms
→ Replace older casework in science labs and work room areas