WENTZVILLE, Mo. – Hoener Architects of St. Louis has designed a brand-new facility for Wentzville School District that will house its REACH (Reaching Educational Altitudes with Compassion and Hope) and Early Childhood Development students.
A contractor has not yet been named for the $38 million project, which will build a permanent location for the district’s REACH students who are currently learning in a rented strip mall space in O’Fallon, Mo.
The project site is at the district’s North Point Campus at North Point Prairie and West Meyer Roads.
Wentzville School District’s current Early Childhood center, Barfield, offers half-day programming to 509 students and is at maximum capacity. The district has a wait list of more than 100 students for Early Childhood.