AHS Building Project Bulletin -  June 2018

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Tell the Committee what's important to you!

The AHS Building Committee is seeking community feedback on the four design concepts as well as specific attributes. 

The Committee will vote on one preferred design concept in late June for submission to the MSBA in early July. Community feedback is important to the committee and is one of many criteria that will be taken into account.  

Design Feedback Form - open until June 14

Community Feedback Sought

In order to provide the Committee with the most informed opinions possible, we suggest reviewing the June 4 Design Concept Feedback Forum summary prior to completing this form.  

Thank you for giving your feedback.  The community’s voice and engagement are valuable and crucial components to the success of this significant project. Please provide your feedback by June 14 at 10pm.

Fill out the Feedback Form.

Design Concept Feedback Forum Summary

On June 4th over 200 residents gathered for an update on the AHS Building Project.  Jeff Thielman, Chair of the Building Committee and Lori Cowles from HMFH Architects shared the current status and went through details of the four preliminary design concepts.  Read the full summary

An Inside Look at AHS

Wondering what the inside of AHS looks like?  We’ve created four short videos highlighting some key areas within the school.  Assistant Principal Bill McCarthy highlights existing needs and future plans for:

Multidisciplinary Makerspace
Media Center
Science classrooms

We would like to thank ACMi for equipment and editing assistance.

How Does MSBA Funding Work?

Arlington Public News recorded an interview about the MSBA funding process with Lori Cowles from HMFH Architects.
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The Town of Arlington has been invited into the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) process for the renovation/construction of Arlington High School. Acceptance to the MSBA program does not guarantee state funding.  The MSBA approval process must be completed successfully for the state, via the MSBA, to provide significant financial assistance to the project. Local funding must also be assured through passage of a debt exclusion.
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