Major Renovations Unveiled At Litton Middle School
NASHVILLE, Tenn.- The new school year also brought some impressive new upgrades to one Metro Middle School.
On Thursday, faculty, staff, and Schools Director Jesse Register cut the ribbon to reveal an $8 million renovation at Isaac Litton Middle School. The new look includes an expanded main office, gym, a new music room, library, and cafeteria.
Classrooms even have upgraded technology including smartboards line every classroom and students have the opportunity to check out iPads and netbooks. Educators hope the revitalized school will give students a brand new way to learn.
"All the classroom facilities we have -- all the LCD projectors and things like that really bring the kids' interest to the forefront. And they can see things that they had never been able to see before," said Vickie Bailey, the school's library media specialist.
The renovations for Isaac Litton Middle were funded by Mayor Karl Dean's capital spending plan.