As described in our last post, getting the walls and roof up have made it possible to keep moving forward with bringing our school’s bright future into view in our new home.
There’s so much more to a school than just wall frames and a roof. Other important pieces of the puzzle include the electrical system, lighting, communications, floor coverings, interior wall boards, windows and doors, and so on. Once all those parts are in place, then there are furnishings and all the decor elements that support the day-to-day functions of learning and other goings-on.
The construction phase of building a school is a very complex process that takes time and energy. There are building codes and other guidelines to adhere to that require inspections at various stages, as well as county and state requirements that need to be met.
Just picture our new school, with classrooms and hallways filled with desks and our happy children. Imagine wide, grassy fields for our athletic programs to host “home” games in one place that’s actually our home. And this year’s graduation ceremony will be the last one we hold in a rented facility!
Can you see it? It’s really happening!!
We’re so grateful to the early and consistent support we’ve received to bring our future into view. It’s all been made possible through the generosity of our donors and the drive and energy of the Boards of Directors of both Endeavor Charter School and the Endeavor Charter School Foundation.
And please remember – support is still needed and greatly appreciated.
Online donations are possible with credit cards or paypal, and in-kind donations are also helpful. Materials and services are valuable. Once we near completion, there’s no telling what will be needed, and as Mr. McAdams has said, somehow our wonderful ECS community always comes through. And for that, we’ll always be grateful!
Aren’t you excited?