Bainbridge Elementary School is planning a Community Celebration on Wednesday, May 31, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The program will honor and celebrate the 83-year history of the school ahead of the major renovation project set to begin in June that will transform the building into a 21st-century learning center.
The commemoration is free and open to the community and will allow former and current students, faculty, administrators, staff, and the community-at-large to walk the school for a final time before the construction work begins.
The evening’s events will be informal and include an opportunity for all to walk the school hallways and visit classrooms one last time. In addition, there will be a scavenger hunt for students and renderings and information on the new building.
A highlight of the evening will be a “Memory Station” that will be a compilation – in the form of a slide show – of special memories of the school shared by the people who attended or worked there. Anyone who wants to have a favorite Bainbridge Elementary moment included in the “Memory Station,” may complete the Favorite Bainbridge Memory Information Sheet that can be found at www.etownschools.org and return by May 12 to the school office or send through email to firstname.lastname@example.org.