Protecting Your Investment - Updating Learning Spaces - Fostering Community Engagement
Freshman Center & Smith-Hale
Currently, the Freshman Center has an enrollment of 380 students yet has a capacity of 1700 students which will accommodate the move for Smith-Hale.
Smith-Hale Middle School will move to the Hickman Mills Freshman Center building. The two schools will continue to act as independent facilities.
Each school will have their own dedicated secured entries, administration offices, and media centers.
Dedicated passing periods for each school so that grade levels will not be in the corridors at the same time.
Ruskin Additions and improvements include:
Addition of Four Classrooms
Site & Roof Improvements
Weight Room & Locker Room Renovations
Baptiste Educational Center & Administrative Center
Relocate Compass Program and expand up to 450 elementary students into Baptiste.
Establish a Welcome Center for new students and parents enrolling in HMC-1.
Consolidate Central Administration personnel to one location.
elementary school will be evaluated based on a list of priorities, and
each school will receive various improvements as needed. Schools include
Burke, Dobbs, Ingels, Johnson, Santa Fe, Symington, Truman, and
Site and Roof Improvements
The Hickman Mills C-1 School District community is showing their support for the no tax increase bond. Current endorsements include:
Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce
South Kansas City Chamber of Commerce
John Sharp, former City Councilman for the 6th District