EUREKA, Mo. – Eureka Elementary School will host a dedication ceremony at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday to honor the newest building to the Rockwood District since 2004.
According to the district’s website, We may no longer be “the small school with the big heart,” but strive to be “the big school with the big heart!” with more student leaders, learning spaces, and growth opportunities than ever before!
Todays’s ribbon-cutting will be located on Rockwood Arbor Drive and is open to the public. Students started class on August 12.
We're celebrating the new Eureka Elementary School with a ribbon-cutting ceremony tomorrow (Wednesday, Aug. 28) at 2 pm! Come see the two-story, 108,000-square foot facility, Rockwood's first new school building since 2004.
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— Rockwood School Dist (@rockwoodschools) August 27, 2019
Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year in the Rockwood School District! I look forward to seeing you in each of our schools this week. Good morning, Eureka Elementary School. #RSDFirstDay pic.twitter.com/oFi5Q2wwNN
— Mark Miles (@RockwoodSupt) August 12, 2019