Later this month, the North Royalton School District, in conjunction with the North Royalton Chamber of Commerce, will host a meeting highlighting the State of the Schools/State of the Construction. The meeting will not only give an accounting of the state of the district, but also on the progress of the district’s facility project. The community is invited to attend the meeting, hosted by the District, on Tuesday, February 26, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in the North Royalton High School Performing Arts Center. Childcare will be provided by the North Royalton High School Key Club.
The $88.9 million facility project plan includes the building of a new elementary school that will serve as the replacement of Albion, Royal View and Valley Vista Elementary Schools. Also included in the plan is the demolition and addition to the North Royalton High School and renovation of the North Royalton Middle School.
At the meeting, “Jeff Adams from Hammond Construction will be going through the high school construction process and the traffic changes that will start at the end of March. If there are questions, we will be available at the end to answer them,” said North Royalton School District Superintendent Greg Gurka,. “This is an exciting time for our District and Community. I hope the residents will come out to hear about the progress our district is making and also learn about the changes that will be occurring at the High School in the very near future,” said Gurka.
Those who cannot attend the meeting, but are interested in progress being made on the project can visit Currently, the web link includes the summary, sale of bonds, selection of architect, selection of construction manager at risk, educational visioning, community meeting, January 3, 2018 and how will funds be used. Questions can be emailed to aksnorthroyaltonschools
Contributing Writer