Citizens invited to tour proposed Rhinelander High School 4K space
The School District of Rhinelander invites interested citizens to tour the area at Rhinelander High School being proposed as the “Early Learning Center” for SDR’s Four-Year-Old Kindergarten (4K) and Early Childhood (EC) programs on Monday, June 4, at 4:30 p.m., at Entrance #13 (Administration Center entrance at back of building) will be open to welcome attendees.
Dave Wall, Assistant Superintendent-Pupil Services, Crescent Elementary Principal Teri Maney, and other staff members will be on hand to provide a tour and share the vision of the proposal to move 4K and EC programs to a segregated section at RHS.
“As we continue to explore budget savings measures, this idea is being revisited. The proposed savings is approximately $80,000 per year. Equally important is the opportunity that moving 4K and Early Childhood programs to RHS will offer to our high school students… students helping students is a win-win proposition. As we continue to seek hands-on opportunities for our students exploring career options, this will provide students in our Family and Consumer Sciences program a stimulating program, offering real-world experiences,” said Wall.
Proposed construction to RHS to accommodate the 4K and EC programs includes installing a secure vestibule to the high school, a playground, and the remodel of 3,200 square feet of classroom space. The board’s Operations and Strategic Planning Committee will discuss this proposed change during their 6:15 p.m. meeting on this same evening.
Everyone is invited to tour the proposed area. Please use Entrance #13, which is marked as the Administration Center. Ample parking is available near Entrance #13.
For more information, call Wall at (715) 365-9700, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.