Amistad Elementary Phase II

The Kennewick School District expects to complete the $14.8 million second phase of Amistad Elementary in central Kennewick in August.

The 20-classroom building at 123 S. Kent St. will serve students in kindergarten through second grade. It connects to a 22-classroom building serving students in the third to fifth grades, which opened a year ago.

The completed project features 42 classrooms, making it the largest elementary school in Kennewick. It was paid for with voter-approved bond proceeds and support from the state School Construction Assistance Program.

Chervenell Construction Co. of Kennewick was the contractor and Alliance Management & Construction Solutions of Kennewick provided construction management.

ALSC Architects in Spokane designed the school.

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