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The Emerald: the Waterford Union High School annual
(May, 1964)

Building program,   pp. 78-[80]


Page 78

BUILDING PROGRAM 
The Waterford High School expansion project is being built by Sherrer, the
general 
contractor. Heating and ventilation is being done by Reineman's of Burlington,
plumb- 
ing by Advanced Plumbing of Racine, electric by Mitzen of Racine, kitchen
equipment 
by St. Paul Bar and Restaurant Company of St. Paul, Minnesota. The architects
were 
Durrant and Berquiist of Dubuque, Iowa. 
The expansion will cost approximately $730, 000 adding nineteen new rooms
and about 
45, 000 square feet of facilities bringing to a total of about 95, 000 square
feet. 
The two story addition on Field Drive, to be completed by March 1, will contain
thir- 
teen rooms, five of which will be science, one for math, four for English,
a new art 
room, a reading room and a language library. This language library will be
used for 
the oral method of teaching and will consist of a number of booths and a
console desk. 
All the booths will be controlled from the desk. Each student will be housed
in a 
booth and will be taught a foreign language by the use of tape recorders.
In the addition, the subjects will be grouped according to subject area,
such as all 
sciences, all maths, etc., in one area. 


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