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Doors to open at new middle school

 

Last updated 8/15/2006 at Noon



The Lake Elsinore Unified School District’s newest facility, Lakeland Village Middle School, will be opening its doors August 21 to over 850 students.

The 133,000-square-foot school sits on 19 acres and boasts a full-size gymnasium with locker rooms, a dance room and a band room in addition to three sports fields. It also has tennis courts, basketball courts and a regulation track. The administration building houses the library and the multipurpose room, complete with a stage and choir and fine arts room.

The middle school’s barrel roof buildings use the same architecture as Canyon Lake Middle School, designed by NTDStichler Architects.

The school’s principal, Billie DaVolt, has already worked at staffing the new school and creating a master schedule. Ms. DaVolt has served as a teacher, coach, assistant principal and principal in her 30-year career with the district.

DaVolt said she is “excited about the opportunity to open a new school. I am impressed with the quality of staff that has applied to transfer to Lakeland Village Middle and the early interest of parents and the community in wanting to assist in any way possible.”

It will be several years before the site fills to its capacity of 1,500 to 1,600 students.

 

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