Schematic Design

On April 5th, the Board of Trustees approved a schematic design for White Hill Middle school presented by architects WRNS Studio and the RVSD Bond Team.

A Schematic Design establishes the general scope, conceptual design, scale and relationship among the components of the project.  The primary objective is to arrive at a clearly defined, feasible concept. WRNS prepared a series of rough plans, known as schematics, which show the general arrangement of the buildings and functions on the site. To develop these schematics, they met with the RVSD Bond Team, the Facilities Executive Planning Committee, and staff at White Hill in workshop type meetings.

Given the Board's approval, the project will proceed to the next phase – design development.

Site Committee Meetings

Site Committee meetings are taking place at White Hill, Upper Brookside and Lower Brookside to discuss needs for creating the optimal learning environment. Meeting attendees include RVSD Bond Team and respective staff at each site.  These meetings will continue throughout the schematic and design process.


Common Core

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Construction Updates

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