Mike Laverty, left, director of construction and design for North Thurston Public Schools, goes over floor plans with Nisqually Middle School Principal Karen Owen on Thursday at the building site for the district’s newest middle school. The $48 million school is in the Meridian Campus neighborhood and is scheduled to open in fall 2016 with Owen as principal.
Mike Laverty, left, director of construction and design for North Thurston Public Schools, goes over floor plans with Nisqually Middle School Principal Karen Owen on Thursday at the building site for the district’s newest middle school. The $48 million school is in the Meridian Campus neighborhood and is scheduled to open in fall 2016 with Owen as principal. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Mike Laverty, left, director of construction and design for North Thurston Public Schools, goes over floor plans with Nisqually Middle School Principal Karen Owen on Thursday at the building site for the district’s newest middle school. The $48 million school is in the Meridian Campus neighborhood and is scheduled to open in fall 2016 with Owen as principal. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

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