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    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
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    VINELAND — After nearly 13 years in the making, Lincoln Avenue Middle School is becoming a reality. A symbolic groundbreaking ceremony was recently held at the 40-acre future site of the building. The total project cost is $49.8 million and will be primarily funded by the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, while Ernest Bock and Sons Inc. of Philadelphia, along with SSP Architectural Group of Bridgewater, NJ, will be constructing the school. Joseph Jingoli & Sons of Lawrenceville, NJ is managing the project. Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials welcomed guests to the groundbreaking event for what was formerly known as Vineland Middle School No. 2. Students from Rossi Intermediate School, along with principal Tammy Monahan, led the Pledge of Allegiance to kick off the ceremony, followed by a welcome from SDA CEO Charles McKenna. McKenna described the struggles of getting the project off the ground and commended all those who helped – and will continue to help – the project come to fruition. The school is projected to welcome students in September of 2018. The new, 1-story 98,750-square-foot school is being built on Lincoln Avenue, near the intersection of Butler Avenue. The facility will provide state-of-the-art educational opportunities for 620 students in grades sixth through eighth. The new school will include 19 general classrooms, five science labs, three small instructional rooms, a computer lab, a multipurpose room, gym, cafeteria, music rooms, art room, media center, and athletic fields. The school is expected to welcome students at the start of the 2018-19 school year. When the school opens, students from Rossi Intermediate School will attend Lincoln Avenue School, while Rossi will revert to an elementary school.
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    13 YEARS IN THE MAKING: Ground Broken for Lincoln Middle School
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    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
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    VINELAND — After nearly 13 years in the making, Lincoln Avenue Middle School is becoming a reality. A symbolic groundbreaking ceremony was recently held at the 40-acre future site of the building. The total project cost is $49.8 million and will be primarily funded by the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, while Ernest Bock and Sons Inc. of Philadelphia, along with SSP Architectural Group of Bridgewater, NJ, will be constructing the school. Joseph Jingoli & Sons of Lawrenceville, NJ is managing the project. Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials welcomed guests to the groundbreaking event for what was formerly known as Vineland Middle School No. 2. Students from Rossi Intermediate School, along with principal Tammy Monahan, led the Pledge of Allegiance to kick off the ceremony, followed by a welcome from SDA CEO Charles McKenna. McKenna described the struggles of getting the project off the ground and commended all those who helped – and will continue to help – the project come to fruition. The school is projected to welcome students in September of 2018. The new, 1-story 98,750-square-foot school is being built on Lincoln Avenue, near the intersection of Butler Avenue. The facility will provide state-of-the-art educational opportunities for 620 students in grades sixth through eighth. The new school will include 19 general classrooms, five science labs, three small instructional rooms, a computer lab, a multipurpose room, gym, cafeteria, music rooms, art room, media center, and athletic fields. The school is expected to welcome students at the start of the 2018-19 school year. When the school opens, students from Rossi Intermediate School will attend Lincoln Avenue School, while Rossi will revert to an elementary school.
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    13 YEARS IN THE MAKING: Ground Broken for Lincoln Middle School
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    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
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    VINELAND — After nearly 13 years in the making, Lincoln Avenue Middle School is becoming a reality. A symbolic groundbreaking ceremony was recently held at the 40-acre future site of the building. The total project cost is $49.8 million and will be primarily funded by the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, while Ernest Bock and Sons Inc. of Philadelphia, along with SSP Architectural Group of Bridgewater, NJ, will be constructing the school. Joseph Jingoli & Sons of Lawrenceville, NJ is managing the project. Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials welcomed guests to the groundbreaking event for what was formerly known as Vineland Middle School No. 2. Students from Rossi Intermediate School, along with principal Tammy Monahan, led the Pledge of Allegiance to kick off the ceremony, followed by a welcome from SDA CEO Charles McKenna. McKenna described the struggles of getting the project off the ground and commended all those who helped – and will continue to help – the project come to fruition. The school is projected to welcome students in September of 2018. The new, 1-story 98,750-square-foot school is being built on Lincoln Avenue, near the intersection of Butler Avenue. The facility will provide state-of-the-art educational opportunities for 620 students in grades sixth through eighth. The new school will include 19 general classrooms, five science labs, three small instructional rooms, a computer lab, a multipurpose room, gym, cafeteria, music rooms, art room, media center, and athletic fields. The school is expected to welcome students at the start of the 2018-19 school year. When the school opens, students from Rossi Intermediate School will attend Lincoln Avenue School, while Rossi will revert to an elementary school.
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    13 YEARS IN THE MAKING: Ground Broken for Lincoln Middle School
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    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
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    VINELAND — After nearly 13 years in the making, Lincoln Avenue Middle School is becoming a reality. A symbolic groundbreaking ceremony was recently held at the 40-acre future site of the building. The total project cost is $49.8 million and will be primarily funded by the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, while Ernest Bock and Sons Inc. of Philadelphia, along with SSP Architectural Group of Bridgewater, NJ, will be constructing the school. Joseph Jingoli & Sons of Lawrenceville, NJ is managing the project. Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials welcomed guests to the groundbreaking event for what was formerly known as Vineland Middle School No. 2. Students from Rossi Intermediate School, along with principal Tammy Monahan, led the Pledge of Allegiance to kick off the ceremony, followed by a welcome from SDA CEO Charles McKenna. McKenna described the struggles of getting the project off the ground and commended all those who helped – and will continue to help – the project come to fruition. The school is projected to welcome students in September of 2018. The new, 1-story 98,750-square-foot school is being built on Lincoln Avenue, near the intersection of Butler Avenue. The facility will provide state-of-the-art educational opportunities for 620 students in grades sixth through eighth. The new school will include 19 general classrooms, five science labs, three small instructional rooms, a computer lab, a multipurpose room, gym, cafeteria, music rooms, art room, media center, and athletic fields. The school is expected to welcome students at the start of the 2018-19 school year. When the school opens, students from Rossi Intermediate School will attend Lincoln Avenue School, while Rossi will revert to an elementary school.
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    13 YEARS IN THE MAKING: Ground Broken for Lincoln Middle School
    Nov 29, 2016 | 6348 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
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    VINELAND — After nearly 13 years in the making, Lincoln Avenue Middle School is becoming a reality. A symbolic groundbreaking ceremony was recently held at the 40-acre future site of the building. The total project cost is $49.8 million and will be primarily funded by the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, while Ernest Bock and Sons Inc. of Philadelphia, along with SSP Architectural Group of Bridgewater, NJ, will be constructing the school. Joseph Jingoli & Sons of Lawrenceville, NJ is managing the project. Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials welcomed guests to the groundbreaking event for what was formerly known as Vineland Middle School No. 2. Students from Rossi Intermediate School, along with principal Tammy Monahan, led the Pledge of Allegiance to kick off the ceremony, followed by a welcome from SDA CEO Charles McKenna. McKenna described the struggles of getting the project off the ground and commended all those who helped – and will continue to help – the project come to fruition. The school is projected to welcome students in September of 2018. The new, 1-story 98,750-square-foot school is being built on Lincoln Avenue, near the intersection of Butler Avenue. The facility will provide state-of-the-art educational opportunities for 620 students in grades sixth through eighth. The new school will include 19 general classrooms, five science labs, three small instructional rooms, a computer lab, a multipurpose room, gym, cafeteria, music rooms, art room, media center, and athletic fields. The school is expected to welcome students at the start of the 2018-19 school year. When the school opens, students from Rossi Intermediate School will attend Lincoln Avenue School, while Rossi will revert to an elementary school.
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    13 YEARS IN THE MAKING: Ground Broken for Lincoln Middle School
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    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
    Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials recently celebrated a ground breaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Avenue Middle School. The school will house 620 students in grades 6-8.
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    VINELAND — After nearly 13 years in the making, Lincoln Avenue Middle School is becoming a reality. A symbolic groundbreaking ceremony was recently held at the 40-acre future site of the building. The total project cost is $49.8 million and will be primarily funded by the New Jersey Schools Development Authority, while Ernest Bock and Sons Inc. of Philadelphia, along with SSP Architectural Group of Bridgewater, NJ, will be constructing the school. Joseph Jingoli & Sons of Lawrenceville, NJ is managing the project. Representatives of the Vineland School District, New Jersey Schools Development Authority and local and state officials welcomed guests to the groundbreaking event for what was formerly known as Vineland Middle School No. 2. Students from Rossi Intermediate School, along with principal Tammy Monahan, led the Pledge of Allegiance to kick off the ceremony, followed by a welcome from SDA CEO Charles McKenna. McKenna described the struggles of getting the project off the ground and commended all those who helped – and will continue to help – the project come to fruition. The school is projected to welcome students in September of 2018. The new, 1-story 98,750-square-foot school is being built on Lincoln Avenue, near the intersection of Butler Avenue. The facility will provide state-of-the-art educational opportunities for 620 students in grades sixth through eighth. The new school will include 19 general classrooms, five science labs, three small instructional rooms, a computer lab, a multipurpose room, gym, cafeteria, music rooms, art room, media center, and athletic fields. The school is expected to welcome students at the start of the 2018-19 school year. When the school opens, students from Rossi Intermediate School will attend Lincoln Avenue School, while Rossi will revert to an elementary school.
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