Richard McKenna School Expansion

Friday, August 31, 2018
Construction is moving quickly on the expansion of Richard McKenna's Montessori School. The new building will allow the school to accommodate upper elementary age students. Eventually between the two campuses the school will be able to service K-12 grade.

Richard McKenna Superintendant Dennis Wilson was previously the Superintendant in the Bruneau School District and is in his second year at McKenna.

McKenna currently consists of three programs, an online high school for grades 9-12 which is available all over the state, an on-site high school in Mountain Home and a Montessori school consisting of grades kindergarten through third. There is currently a project underway to build a bigger Montessori with plans to add other grades to the program in the future. For the full story, pick up a copy of the Mountain Home News or click on this link to subscribe to the newspaper's online edition.

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