On Tuesday, December 13th, Manor Independent School District and program management firm HPM celebrated the groundbreaking of a forthcoming elementary school in the Wildhorse master-planned community of Manor, Texas. The project is expected to address the rapid growth of the Manor area by providing the expanding student body with a new educational building for approximately 720 students in first through fifth grade.
Manor ISD Acting Superintendent Michael Perkins welcomed attendees with a State of the Occasion speech followed by words from Ana Cortez, School Board Secretary, and Stephanie Rodriguez-Barnett, School Board Trustee.
At the event, Mr. Perkins and HPM project leaders acknowledged the project partners including HPM, Stantec Architect and Lee Lewis Construction, Inc. HPM representatives discussed the vision for the finished building and the features it will have, including a natural outdoor learning space. They also elaborated on the impact the project will have on the students and the broader community.
We welcome you to visit the future site of Elementary School #10, located in Wildhorse Community at 10400 Wildhorse Ranch Trail in Manor, TX 78653.
For the most up-to-date information on the Manor ISD school construction bond program,
visit: Manor ISD / Bond Program (manorisd.net)