The West Lafayette Community School Corp. will break ground Monday on its new elementary school. The district says the school is the first part of a $50 million facilities campaign that aims to alleviate overcrowding and structural issues.
The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. at the Burtsfield Gymnasium. Superintendent Rocky Killion will be joined by West Lafayette Community School Corp. Board of Trustees President Alan Karpick, West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis and others for the event.
Construction on the school is expected to be complete in August 2018. You can find updates on the project by clicking here.