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Scorpio and Keystone Heights Elementary Partner to Reward Student Behavior

We all know that giving kids (and adults) positive incentives to work towards helps them grow and learn how to accomplish goals. So, when Scorpio was asked to help expand the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program at Keystone Heights Elementary School, we jumped at the chance. Not only…

Marion County Public Schools – Osceola Middle School New Cafeteria

  • Project Owner: Marion County Public School
  • Location: Ocala, FL
  • Project Size: 12,000 sf
  • Partners: JSA Architects

Osceola Middle School New Cafeteria

Originally constructed in 1925, Osceola Middle School is located on a 10.97-acre campus in the heart of downtown Ocala. The Marion County Public School District retained Scorpio as the Construction Manager to add a standalone dining and kitchen space to service the Middle School which has been sharing a cafeteria with the co-located Eighth Street Elementary School for decades. Expansion options were physically limited and therefore required dedicated efforts to strategically construct a new building of approximately 12,000 sq. ft. within the historic campus.

The new construction includes a kitchen, dining area, serving location and queuing, restrooms, storage, a teacher’s lounge, and an outdoor covered eating area. Construction efforts also included site work, paving, and utility changes as necessary to service the new cafeteria. Site work included modifications and/or construction of hardscapes and storm drainage systems.