Goodlettsville Middle Prep celebrates new building
Goodlettsville Middle Prep is starting the new school year with a new building, cutting the ribbon to celebrate.
Goodlettsville Middle Principal Beatriz Salgado and her team are excited to start the next chapter of Goodlettsville’s history in the new building, and several community leaders were present to cut the ribbon, including Mayor Megan Barry, Goodlettsville City Mayor John Coombs and Director of Schools Dr. Shawn Joseph, among others.
Goodlettsville Middle Prep has a rich heritage and history, a strong community spirit and a promising future. Although the building is new, the legacy and tradition of Goodlettsville will continue to live on in the alumni and community members who have supported the school throughout the years.
The school logo from the old gymnasium floor hangs prominently in the new gymnasium as a reminder of the students, staff and families who have brought Goodlettsville to this new beginning.
The campus also offers many elements centered on keeping students engaged and challenged in their daily studies. This including science laboratories, an open-concept library and media center, music rooms, shared study spaces in natural light that overlook the new campus and many other features.
The new building is a demonstration of the expected future growth of the Goodlettsville school community.
Posted on August 9, 2016, in Community Partners, District, Educators, News, Parents, Schools, Students and tagged Goodlettsville Middle Prep, metro nashville public schools. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.