About the Project
The new Driggs Elementary School, built for Teton School District #401, includes the construction of a 49,775 SF kindergarten through fifth grade education facility. The new school will replace the old Driggs Elementary School which was built as a High School in 1952. This new state-of-the-art facility will be located east of the Teton Middle School and near the Teton High School. Driggs Elementary will be constructed of a combination of light and heavy gauge, structural and non-structural steel while the gymnasium portion will be a masonry structure. The exterior will feature a color rich variety of CMU veneer, and various metal panels. The interior of the building will feature 16 classrooms as well as resource classrooms, special education facilities, a life skills room, teacher work room, computer labs, gymnasium, cafeteria and all other associated spaces. This new school will include daylighting in each classroom to support the health and wellbeing of the students, a secure entry to enhance the safety of the students, and technology throughout to encourage 21st century learning.