To advance Farmington's educational and community growth through a progressive, efficient and safe new high school facility.
As the Town of Farmington prepares for an early June vote on the new high school, the Farmington High School Building Committee is dedicated to providing a complete understanding of the value, impact, and cost of this very important community investment.
We are committed to comprehensive community engagement through summary and topic specific meetings, newsletters, and website updates. The committee will provide information on the project, but we will also listen and answer questions.
Prior to the June referendum, the Building Committee will:
Present how this new high school will enhance learning for all students
Explain how the new high school provides a safe and healthy learning environment
Highlight the benefits the new high school will have beyond the school community
There will be a series of virtual meetings live and recorded. Please click here for a calendar and link to our committee’s Zoom meetings. This information will be accurate and thorough. It will explain why and how the new high school design was selected and the anticipated next steps after referendum. If you missed a presentation, visit our Community Outreach page for recordings.
We encourage everyone to read the newsletters and visit this officially sanctioned factual on this website, as your source for information, updates, and anytime you have questions regarding the project. Be sure to view the high school building comparison webpage and watch the video below.
The Farmington High School Building Committee is grateful for your continued engagement and hope you join us at one of our many upcoming community events.
FHS Building Committee Meeting
The FHS Building Committee will meet via Zoom on May 5, 2021 at 6:30 P.M.
To Access the Webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89863516146
Webinar ID: 898 6351 6146
Connect with the FHS Building Committee
Click here to join the FHS Building Committee Distribution List and receive updates from the committee