Ticonderoga Central School District Ticonderoga, NY
District-wide Additions and Renovations
A Community Facilities Committee was developed to determine the District’s current and future needs and address New York State mandates for education and building code compliance. The result culminated in a $24 million capital project.
A new wing was added to the High School consisting of three teaching areas: Technology, Music and Art. Previously housed in inadequate space, the new wing complements the existing structure and provides a new learning environment for these programs. The Technology space provides employment opportunities for students and the community. The High School now has an expanded library, renovated gym lobby and locker rooms.
A 3,500 square foot cafeteria addition at the Elementary and Middle School provides an open and well lit multi-purpose space. The new space accommodates community and school gatherings. The existing cafeteria was upgraded for continued use as a K-2 gym station. The previous kitchen was converted into a music department with a tiered seating music classroom, three practice rooms and space for instrument storage. Several new classrooms were added to accommodate special education needs at the Kindergarten level.
In all three buildings, the main office was relocated to the main entrance area creating a single, secure point of entry.
In-house services included Architecture, Construction Management and Interior Design.