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News Release
Milwaukie High School Beautification - 09/27/18

Modular Buildings at Milwaukie High School Beautified

Students and staff adding 24 exterior paintings

 

Milwaukie, OR (September 27, 2018)—North Clackamas School District is currently constructing a new main building at Milwaukie High School (MHS) as part of the 2016 voter-approved Capital Construction Bond. While the new building is being built, school activities are occurring in a series of modular buildings placed on the football field.

 

These modular buildings have a grey exterior, and to add some needed color, on Saturday, September 29 from 8am-5pm, MHS students and staff will spend the day creating 24 decorative panels of varying sizes to be mounted to the buildings’ exterior. When completed, these panels will add some visual variety and help build a sense of community. The modular buildings are expected to be in use until August 2020.

 

Members of the press are welcomed to visit the school to take pictures of the project as it unfolds.    

 

For information about the Milwaukie High School Capital Bond Project, click here.