Jul 10th 2020 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline

Louisiana – Ascension Public Schools will host a series of public meetings to provide information on its upcoming $140 million bond election on August 15.
If approved, the district would build a new $79.55 million high school in Prairieville to help it maintain optimal enrollment size for all high schools.

LA Prairieville HS rendering Louisiana school district planning $80M Prairieville high school

Project map for proposed Prairieville High School

A $27 million makeover of East Ascension High School will feature modern facilities, classrooms with greater access to technology, and outdoor spaces for students to collaborate and learn.

Other bond projects include upgrading playing surfaces with artificial grass at all high school stadiums for $7.59 million, renovating and improving Gonzales Middle School for $5 million, building a classroom addition at St. Amant Primary School for $4.47 million, and renovating classroom buildings at St. Amant Middle School for $4 million.
If approved, the district would renovate classroom buildings at Dutchtown Middle School for $2.6 million and put $2.37 million toward an information technology center.