Special to the Tribune
Published September 17, 2018
Dixon – On Wednesday evening, September 12th, the Dixon Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) had the opportunity to step back in time and imagine the future, during an extensive walk-through of the future Dixon Middle School, located on A Street across from City Hall.
During the next two years, the building commonly referred to as the old High School will be transformed into a modern middle school with the proper facilities to educate our 6th through 8th graders.
The tour was hosted by John Calise, Director of Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects for the Dixon Unified School District, after CBOC members signed liability release waivers and donned hardhats due to safety concerns in the building. If the expected timeline holds, students from C.A. Jacobs Middle School will be moved into the renovated Dixon Middle School in time for the start of the 2020-21 school year.
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