Sherwood Middle School Selected as “Model School”

  by    0   0

The Massachusetts School Building Authority recently announced the addition of 12 new schools into the Model School Program, including LPA-designed Sherwood Middle School in Shrewsbury. The Model School Program offers incentives to school districts for adapting and revising an existing design from a recently completed school.

Sherwood Middle School was one of only two middle schools selected in this round of the program. Sherwood opened in 2012 and was designed to accommodate 900 fifth and sixth grade students. Schools selected for the program undergo a thorough review to ensure that they adhere to MSBA guidelines, incorporate sustainable design features, and are adaptable to expansion or contraction, among other considerations.


Related Posts

Mike Pagano’s Career and Legacy

“I was fascinated with heavy equipment and construction and seeing buildings come up out of the ground before I understood anything about it. I was the kid so taken with construction that I used to follow the asphalt paving crews,” said Mike Pagano, reflecting back on the path that led him to become a partner […]

READ MORE →

A Celebration and a Chance to Say “Thanks”

To honor and thank Mike Pagano for all he has contributed through his work at LPA over the past four decades, an event was held at the Hanover Theatre on December 7. More than 150 people came to celebrate Mike as he retires from LPA and enters the next phase of his life and career. […]

READ MORE →

Article in Worcester T&G Highlights Public School Conditions

A recent article in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette talks about MSBA’s survey of public school buildings across the Commonwealth, and in particular highlights the needs in Worcester and Fitchburg for upgraded or new public school facilities. LPA Executive Vice President Katie Crockett is quoted in the article, talking about what she has seen in […]

READ MORE →

Mike Pagano Announces Retirement from LPA

After 43 years with the firm, ten of those as president, Mike Pagano has announced his retirement from Lamoureux Pagano Associates at the end of 2017. The leadership transition is already underway, with Executive Vice President Katie Crockett poised to step into the president role on January 1st. Katie will share management responsibilities with Principals […]

READ MORE →

Nelson Place Elementary Welcomes Students

The first new public elementary school to be built in Worcester for more than a decade, Nelson Place School was designed to meet a broad array of needs, while hitting ambitious targets for energy efficiency. The school is a Pre-K through 6th grade, 600-student neighborhood school, which also serves half the district’s population with autism. […]

READ MORE →

Comments are closed.

Back to Top