The renovation of the office area of the former Wheat School is complete, and Lakeview Public Schools administrative have moved into the facility.
Lakeview Public Schools administrators spent Thursday and Friday moving desks, chairs, files dating back to the late 1800s and phone and computer lines from Princeton Elementary School to their new offices in the former Wheat School. Lakeview Public Schools purchased the former Wheat School on Harper south of 11 Mile for new administrative offices, meeting rooms, student enrollment office and board offices. New high school classrooms will open next school year, and preschool classrooms will open for the 2014 school year. The new offices will be open Monday, and renovation of the former administrative complex in Princeton Elementary School will begin the same day.
Lakeview Public Schools Board of Education recently approved the purchase of the former Wheat School for additional elementary school classrooms, and administrative offices.
Lakeview Public Schools has announced the district will be purchasing the former Wheat School on Harper south of 11 Mile, currently known as the Wheat Office Center building, for additional elementary classrooms and new administrative offices. The Board of Education recently gave administration approval to purchase the building for $2.32 million to ease growing enrollment at the elementary level. The district administrative offices will be moving out of Princeton Elementary School in February or March of 2013 and into the new building. The administrative offices, and board of education meeting room, will then be renovated and returned to classroom uses for fall 2013. Additionally there will multi-level classroom spaces at the Wheat …