Construction progress photos taken inside the new science, art and technology wing (Feb. 20, 2018)
Check out the photo gallery from the Jan. 31 "Thank You Reception," which included a tour of the construction site for the new science art and technology wing. (Feb. 1, 2018)
Construction progress photos taken inside the new science, art and technology wing (Jan. 17, 2018)
Windows are being installed this week on the new science, art and technology wing (Jan. 9, 2018)
Check out the latest construction progress on the new science, art and technology wing (Dec. 22, 2017)
Victory's on the horizon (MOTV update: Dec. 18, 2017)
"Once floors are in, we will be installing more ductwork, electrical and water lines as well as fire sprinklers and other utilities in the ceiling," he said. "We will be doing the floors in part of the building starting this week, then the floors in the rest of the building after Christmas. We should be done with the remainder of what concrete floor we can install by mid-January."
Special tour in January
Notre Dame Head of School Andy Guest said that the schedule is very favorable not only for the ultimate deadline for the wing, but also for an important event he is planning for the end of January.
"On January 31, Notre Dame will be hosting another big event, which we're calling an 'update party' for those who have made key pledges or donations to the campaign," Guest said. "We plan to show those who've made a significant commitment to the campaign all the progress we've made and to walk them through the facility on a private tour."
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Notre Dame announces $7.5 million science, art and technology addition
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The 26,000 sq. ft. wing to broaden school’s focus on science, art and technology curricula.
On March 9, 2017, Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy launched the public phase of its philanthropic campaign to raise a total of $5.5 million toward a $7.5 million science, art and technology wing, which will be built on its campus in Pontiac.
Dubbed the “March on to Victory” campaign, the public phase of the fundraising effort was introduced at a special celebration to a crowd of more than 700 who heard from school and campaign officials and watched a special video presentation.
Daron Gifford, NDPMA board chairman and co-chair of the campaign emceed the event and said it was a momentous day for Notre Dame.
“The big goals of this campaign, which is the most ambitious in the school’s history, are to help our great school to maintain its educational leadership not only for our current generation of students, but also for many generations of students to come,” said Gifford, who also is an alumni parent.
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