CFBISD celebrated the campus-wide renovation of DeWitt Perry Middle School on Oct. 26, 2022, with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
During the ceremony, the building’s official dedication plaque was revealed before the CFBISD Board of Trustees cut the ribbon.
In attendance were students, teachers, staff, the mayor and city officials, chamber of commerce members, district administrators, community members, and representatives from the architect and construction companies.
After the ribbon-cutting, AVID, National Junior Honor Society, and broadcast journalism students led attendees on tours of the renovated campus.
The renovations were part of the 2018 voter-approved bond and included:
- Fine Arts classroom and performance space improvements
- Collaboration rooms
- Exterior upgrades
- Interior upgrades
- Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, systems upgrades
- New marquee
- Landscaping improvements
- Kitchen renovation and new equipment
- Athletic track improvements
Safety and Security
- Access control and cameras at selected exterior doors
- Bollards and hardened shell at the main entry
- Fire sprinkler system upgrades
- Secure and climate-controlled server space at each campus
- Wireless upgrades
- Phone system upgrades
To read more about CFBISD bond progress, visit the CFBISD Bond website.