Leman Middle School of West Chicago opens doors to first 6th grade class
WEST CHICAGO – For the first time in the newly renamed Leman Middle School of West Chicago’s history, sixth-graders are part of its student body.
After community members supported a $39 million referendum to fund the expansion and renovation of the middle school in November 2010, about 145,840 square feet were added to the school, allowing for a true middle school model that includes sixth through eighth grades.
The exodus of sixth-graders from District 33’s elementary schools helped not only to address overcrowding in those buildings but to provide better educational opportunities for sixth-grade students, who now have access to middle school programs, Superintendent Kathy Wolfe said.
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