Mountview Middle School’s First Year in Operation

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Wachusett Regional School District’s Mountview Middle School will have been open and occupied for its first full year as of this April. The 126,000 square foot, three story building replaced an outdated and inadequate facility built in 1967.

Superintendent Daryll McCall said of the new building, “Aside from being an attractive structure both interior and exterior, the school was designed with large student and staff-friendly classrooms with open common areas that support team learning and teaching. The learning spaces for students and staff are bright and airy, with a level of functionality that far surpasses the former Mountview School.”


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