Jefferson Elementary School reopens

Jefferson Elementary School opened up for the first time in 1906 on property the Tacoma Public Schools purchased for just $300. Almost 100 years later, the original building was torn down and a state-of-the-art new school was built from the ground up on that $300 plot of land.

It opened in September 2004.

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From Porter Brothers Construction, builders of the new school:   New construction of a 52,000 sq ft elementary school.  This steel structure with a brick veneer exterior is a long awaited project of the Tacoma School District.  The construction also includes a two story classroom wing with a structural block gym.  

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