UPDATE: Crestview Elementary School in Springfield (AERIAL PHOTOS)

 The building progress for the new Crestview Elementary School on Wi…..

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Smokey Barn News
Tuesday July 1, 2014
Springfield, Robertson County, Tenn

UPDATE: Crestview Elementary School in Springfield (AERIAL PHOTOS)

Crestview062514_527Just a quick update on the building progress for the new Crestview Elementary School on William A. Batson Parkway in Springfield. The new facility is located directly across from Highland Crest College. (See Map)

The two-story, 117,000-square-foot K-5 school is planned to open in the fall of 2015. According to Robertson County’s Director Mike Davis, the total cost for Crestview Elementary School will be  north of $17,000,000. As you can see from these aerial photos the school seems to be on scheduled.

The new school will accommodate up to 1,000 students in grades K-5, and help alleviate current over-crowding in several existing elementary schools. The 117,000 sq. ft. facility will incorporate two stories and sit on approximately 19 acres.

According to Davis,  construction is estimated to take approximately 15 months. Current plans are for the building to be open for classes in the fall of 2015 for the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year.

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  1. jane

    We didn’t need another k-8. We need more high schools.. Coopertown needs a high school. We also could have used that money to fix and expand the schools we already have. For example Coopertown elem. And I’m sure we have other schools in robertson county that could have used some fixing up. Come on people use your head… Just like the summer being so short for the kids. Our schools (Robertson County) didn’t go back till September. . I don’t see where that made us dumb.. The kids today are not being raised by the parents. They are being raised by teachers and who is to say they even care about the kids and not just the money. .