Stevens Middle School

The Pasco School District has completed the main phase of its $39 million project to replace the original Stevens Middle School, constructed in 1961.

The new building at 1120 N. 22nd Ave. is a 106,478-square-foot school on 24.5 acres in central Pasco.

The school features a two-story classroom wing with 41 classrooms and is designed to accommodate public use after school hours and on weekends. The compact plan allows for a larger building situated in a densely developed residential neighborhood.

The second phase begins in August and includes new sports fields. 

Pasco School District voters approved a $99.5 million bond issue in 2017 to pay for the project and others throughout the district.

Jeff Durfee, vice president of Fowler General Construction, and Doug Carl, owner’s representative of Alliance Management & Construction Solutions, led the project.

Dan Krippaehne of MMEC Architecture in Kennewick, was project architect.

Stevens is one of four middle schools serving Pasco. The new building is larger than the one it replaces and accommodates enrollment growth. 

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