Roosevelt High School Modernization
A cornerstone of the St. John’s and North Portland communities, Roosevelt High School is one of three high schools that will be modernized as part of the school building improvement bond. Roosevelt's 92 million dollar modernization will completely reconfigure and update learning spaces with a focus on indoor environmental quality, sustainability and historic rehabilitation. Got questions? Check out the Roosevelt Modernization FAQ's Learn more about Roosevelt High here.
Public Design Workshops Roosevelt's Design Workshops provided interested citizens, students and school families the opportunity to help shape the master and schematic design plans for the school. View the Design Workshop summaries here.
The Design Advisory Group (DAG) is a group of school and community stakeholder representatives who help provide feedback for the RHS modernization plans. To view the DAG meeting minutes visit the RHS Modernization Document Archive page.
Roosevelt is in the pre-construction phase. Construction is scheduled to begin as soon as school concludes in the summer.
Check out the latest Roosevelt Project Director's Newsletter about upcoming construction here. Roosevelt Project Director's Newsletter #8 Feb. 2015 Español
Got questions? Check out the Roosevelt Modernization FAQ's
Roosevelt's Design was influenced by the PPS Long Range Facilities Plan. Learn more at the Long Range Facilities Plan webpage.
Bassetti Architects is the Architecture Team for the Roosevelt High School Modernization. Bassetti has a strong background in both educational projects and historic buildings. The contractor for the project is Lease Crutcher Lewis.
To receive updates and event notices, join the Roosevelt Project Director's Newsletter mailing list here.
email : RHSMod@pps.net
Roosevelt High School web site
For general information about school building improvement bond projects email the Office of School Modernization.
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"Communities help design their future schools” October 28, 2013
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