|Client||Goshen County School District|
|Architect||Sandstrom Associates Architecture|
Building a modern, updated facility for the students.
The new 30,312-square-foot project was finally constructed after six years of planning and funding. The project also included demolishing the old Lingle/Fort Laramie School that was built in the 1930’s.
The school serves 149 K-5 students, and houses functions that service the middle school and high school that share the same campus: a K-12 kitchen and dining space, and K-12 nurse facilities. The K-5 facility accommodates classrooms for regular education, special education, and remedial education as well as for K-5 physical education, counseling and school administration.