Liberty-Curtin ES Groundbreaking Ceremony

Last week CRA attended the groundbreaking for the brand new Liberty-Curtin Elementary School. The school will serve Kindergarten through 4th grade. The building has been programmed with Keystone Central School District’s educational staff to accommodate not only the current educational program throughout the school district but also to incorporate flexibility for the building to evolve educationally over the coming 20 years. To this end, classrooms are designed for flexibility whether they are used for 1st grade, 4th grade or special education.

Public Spaces being built include a dedicated multi-purpose room that accommodates gymnasium, cafeteria, and large group instruction functions, a new media center with STEM Classroom, Open Classroom at main lobby, and art/music classroom.

Security is a primary focus for the project, which will include a security vestibule that only allows access to the building directly through the building administration office once school is in progress. Each zone of the building will be isolated from the remainder of the building with security doors that are magnetically held open, but also allow sectors of the building to be utilized after hours for community use.

This project is estimated to be complete in August 2025.

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