Friday, February 19, 2016

Soledad Unified breaks ground on new middle school

Officials with the Soledad Unified School District held a ceremonial ground-breaking for the soon-to-be-built Main Street Middle School.

The school will be approximately 92,000 sq ft with a total of 43 classrooms. It will house about 1,200 students in grades 6-8.

It will cost the District approximately $33.5 million to build the new school, and it will be paid with funding being provided by Measure C, a $40 million bond approved in Nov. 2012.

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