Renovations to classroom space at Homer Brink and the Middle School, along with the libraries at the Middle School and High School, will bring dated learning environments up to speed with the way curriculum is delivered to students.
At Homer Brink, the learning lab and multi-purpose room will become much needed classroom space. The Middle School Family and Consumer Science Room will be reconfigured, and appliances updated, to maximize efficiency and learning opportunities. The secondary school libraries will be renovated to be more conducive to library media spaces. Maximized space and flexible seating will meet the needs of mobile technology and digital instruction, allowing for problem solving, collaboration, exploration and creativity in the areas of electronic and print media, video conferencing, college and careers distance learning opportunities, and Makerspace capabilities.
The Capital Project vote will take place on Sept. 10, 2019, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., at the District Office Staff Development Room (Town of Union residents), and Maine Memorial (all other residents). #beaninformedvoter