As part of an Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) Project, Harmon Elementary School has been replaced with a new 600-student building. Within its 69,360 square feet is the space for all-day everyday kindergarten. Our new building now stands at the corner of Frank and Gantz Roads.
We dedicated our new building on Tuesday, September 2, 2014. Please click here to view photos from our Dedication/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. We were very pleased and honored to have the family of James A. Harmon with us at the dedication of our new building, as well as many past staff members.
More information on the project can be found here. Below are architect renderings of our new building.
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Aerial view of the new Harmon Elementary School
Entrance to the new Harmon Elementary School
Hallway in the new Harmon Elementary School