Educational changes impact our buildings

How can buildings promote student success?

Our core values of learning and innovation drive our district’s pledge to create meaningful and challenging growth that results in student success. Our commitment to innovative instruction has changed how we use our schools compared to when our buildings were built.  

Princeton High School built in 1966
Princeton Intermediate School built in 1969
Princeton Student Services built in 1957

Our facilities have served us well over the years and our maintenance teams have done a great job keeping our buildings in the best conditions possible, but annual maintenance budgets can only go so far. 87% of respondents that took our survey in December 2020 rated the quality of our district as either “excellent” or “good.” However, the question our School Board proposes to our community is, “how can we improve our buildings to promote student success?”

What are our needs?