A gathering of Meade County School officials, along with former local educators, and community members celebrated the completion of the renovation of Stuart Pepper Middle School in Brandenburg.
The event showcased the final work of Superintendent Dr. John Millay as the investment for students of Meade County. During remarks at the ribbon cutting ceremony, Millay honored former principal Doug Cornett through proclaiming that the new “Great Hall” honors the career, dedication, and high standards of Cornett. Also on hand was the former Superintendent David Wilson and the school namesake Stuart Pepper.
The lobby area features pictures of elementary buildings and the Meade County High School. The renovation added a canopy to shield students from the weather at the bus drop off point. The facility is considered one of the safest school in the nation, using cutting edge technology and safety measures to ensure a safe learning environment. The renovation also focused on Performing Arts enhancing spaces for band, vocal, drama, dance, and other components of the arts for aspire future creativity. Improvements to the athletic facilities were also included.
The renovation project encompasses the transitional setting for students and incorporates the Greenwave branding as students continue to the High School campus.