Leland Public School Reveals $25M Renovation
June 9, 2021
The $25 million renovation of Leland Public School (LPS) was unveiled to students plus their families and community members in a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The upgrade to the K-12 school includes a new elementary with 17 new classrooms, a new gym, two new middle school classrooms, a new middle school conference room, and a new main office. The project was built in three phases, starting in 2019.
Leland Public School Superintendent Stephanie Long says, “The renovations and new construction allow for the facilities to support the high-quality curriculum and educational experience that our students at LPS have enjoyed. The space now matches our mission and will inspire teachers and students to dream even bigger about the opportunities they can pursue.”
Leland Township voters passed a $25 million construction bond in 2018 to fund the renovations.
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