Construct a new 2-story building on the back-side of the high school, just south of the baseball fields.
RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY: MARCH 7, 2018
Students from Moreno Valley High School cut the ribbon with members of the Board of Education, District Cabinet, city officials and Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee.
District and community leaders joined the students of Moreno Valley High School to celebrate the opening of the school's new 30-classroom building on Wednesday, March 7, 2018.
The new building has been utilized by an average of 730 students each class period since January 2018.
The 45,000 sq.. ft. building allowed 28 teachers to relocate to a permanent room instead of portable classrooms. The new building also houses teacher workrooms and restroom facilities.
"This building is beautiful. The S-Wing is a change, a change embraced by the students and a symbol of what is becoming the new Moreno Valley High School," said David Anyakora, senior at Moreno Valley High School during the ceremony.
"Moreno Valley High School is a great place to learn. Our students deserve the best, and we have built the best for them," said Board of Education President, Susan Smith.
Please watch this video from the Moreno Valley High School's new classroom building ribbon cutting ceremony.
UPDATE: JANUARY 12, 2018:
Roof finish is complete and roof punch walk was completed on December 6
Interior finishes in all bathrooms are completed
Doors and hardware are complete, and re-keyed by the District
Flooring is complete
New furniture was delivered the end of December 2017
Students began classes in the new 2-story building on January 8, 2018!
Article that appeared the Press-Enterprise newspaper:
Moreno Valley High School debuts new 30 classroom building
An exterior view of the new S-wing at Moreno Valley High School.
Moreno Valley High School is the second school beginning 2018 with new facilities. The school’s new two-story, 30 classroom building opened Monday for the first day of classes after winter break.
The new S-Wing Building features 45,000 square feet of space with 30 classrooms, 3 conference and work rooms and 4 restrooms.
"It's big, it's elegant and technologically based. The view of the mountains and campus from the large windows is unique to this building," said MVHS Special Education teacher Danielle Zimmer.
The building houses English and Social Studies classes, giving them permanent space and no longer utilizing portable classrooms.