Administration Building | Sheridan School District #2
Sheridan County School District #2 went through a three-year process of considering what type of Central Administration Building they would like, and Malone Belton Abel worked with the administrators throughout this time, beginning with a complete remodeling of an old brick shop building on an existing school site; going next to a single story design of a new building on an alternate site owned by the District; and finally ending with a new, two-story design as part of a new development to expand Sheridan’s historic downtown core.
The new $2.4M building, which borrows some historical elements from the demolished Central Middle School nearby, features a large brick arch entry on a very simple rectangular plan. The result is an attractive building built within the funds provided by the School Facilities Commision and a local private foundation.
The building features:
- All central administrative offices
- Work rooms
- File rooms
- Public consultation rooms
- School Board public meeting room
- Small kitchen
- Conference/ curriculum development rooms
- A suite of offices with private entry to be leased separately to a non-profit organization