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LEWIS AND CLARK MIDDLE SCHOOL

About Us

Established: 2007
Location: 13502 South 38th Street
Grades Served: 7-8
History: Named after explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, Lewis and Clark Middle School opened to students in August, 2007 in Heartland Hills. The new, single-story middle school helped alleviate crowding at Logan Fontenelle and Mission Middle Schools. Seventh grade teams occupy the south wing of the building, while eighth grade teams use the north wing. The students share elective classes, gymnasiums, locker rooms, cafeteria, multi-purpose room, media center and computer lab.
School Mascot: Lewis and Clark Scouts
School Colors: Purple and White
School Purpose: To develop students into productive and intellectually curious citizens within a global society.
Principal: Michael Smith

Project Summary

  • Track Resurfacing
  • New Football Field Scoreboard

Project Timeline

  • School Planning Improvement Begins

  • Anticipated Construction Start

  • Anticipated Construction Completion

Last Update: January 21, 2018

Project Notes

October 14, 2019 – Lewis and Clark Middle School

Work was completed over the Summer of 2019 on the refurbishing of the existing running track at Mission Middle School. The existing track was an asphalt track that was experiencing some cracking ans separation. The base track surface cracks were repaired and the track was overlaid with a new crumb rubber surfacing. The track at Lewis and Clark is the only full 400 meter track at the BPS middle schools so this track was surfaced to be the primary middle school competition track for the District. The installation of the rubber surfacing will also qualify for a partial rebate from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality for use of recyclable materials on the project.

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