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Originally built in the 1930s, the historic 1,100-student Menasha High School had served the community well. However, education had changed significantly during those 75 years, and the building’s classrooms were now outdated, inflexible, and undersized for today’s teaching methods and dynamic programs.
In 2009, realizing these changes and critical needs, a group of citizens, staff, and administrators spent months studying and analyzing trends, opportunities, and requirements to provide a relevant education for the future. This group presented a comprehensive Vision Report to the School Board and community: a road map to better prepare MHS students for life in the 21st century.
Years of researching, planning, communicating and listening to the community paid off at the polls with 2,858 yes votes to 1,046 no: a whopping 73% approval. Miron Construction and EUA are honored to have contributed to their successful planning and referendum efforts, and are excited to serve as their architecture/construction team.