Raise the Roof on the 100s
New Life for Oldest Classroom Building
Made possible by the extraordinary generosity of the La Reina community, the $2.5 million project to renovate and modernize the 100s Building was announced May 12, 2016.
La Reina’s leadership, faculty and staff agree that our classrooms--the place where students spend the most time and where we provide the services that are at the heart of our mission---must be renewed and modernized to improve the learning environment. La Reina’s oldest classroom building, the 100s wing, is more than 50 years old.
The project to bring new life to our oldest classroom building will begin on May 21 and will continue throughout the summer. Our ambitious goal is to complete construction in time for our students to enjoy learning in this enhanced environment in August 2016.
Through this extensive renovation and modernization, this outdated building will be transformed to reflect the educational and spiritual atmosphere that best suits our students and elevates their learning experience. A more contemporary learning environment is also important to attracting new families to become members of the La Reina community.
This exciting project includes a new: roof, windows, window treatments, wiring, lighting, furniture, and technology enhancements. Other highlights include new maple cabinetry and doors as well as renovation of the restrooms. The result will be ten "new" classrooms that support the use of current and evolving instructional technology.