CHAGRIN FALLS - 

State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) broke ground along with school officials from the Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools on a new Intermediary School building.


Events of the day included a farewell tour of the old school building, viewing photos from the Chagrin Falls Historical Society, and the preparation of a time capsule for the new building. Rep. Anielski was instrumental in helping the school district receive a grant from the state which helped the school with its fundraising goals. In a true team effort, many organizations assisted Bob Hunt, superintendent of the Chagrin Falls Exempted School District in receiving the grant and new school building.


“I am proud to have been able to help one of the finest school systems in our state expand not only its physical facilities, but also its ability in helping educate the students in the arts,” said Rep. Anielski. “I look forward to seeing the progress made on the construction of the new building and the successes of future generations of Chagrin Falls students.”


The project for the intermediate school will see the demolition of a school building dating back to the 1940’s, the renovation of the original school building from 1914, and the construction of a new three-story school building with 89,00 square feet of space. 


“This project is the result of four years of study and planning. For much of this time, our partners at Gilbane Building Company and Stantec Architecture were by our side as we evaluated many options prior to bringing one forward to the community. The 66-percent passage rate indicates that the community is excited and will embrace this new building as a center for education, as well as a gathering place for our community,” said Robert Hunt, Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools Superintendent.

 
 
 
  
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