Olsen Middle School - Demolition Leads to Campus Improvement
February 18, 2021
School Board Member Ann Murray, District 1; Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert W. Runcie; Olsen Middle School Principal Valerie Y. Harris and District staff.
Commemorating the demolition of 10 buildings that made up the old school campus.
This event marks an important milestone for Olsen Middle School and the local community.
Olsen Middle School
330 S.E. 11 Terrace, Dania Beach 33004
(Enter the campus from the Southeast 11 Terrace entrance and park in the designated parking area in the west section of the parking lot.)
Friday, February 19, 2021
Watch the livestream at becon.tv/newsconference
The demolition of the old Olsen Middle School has been a long time coming and represents an important step into the future for the school and the Dania Beach community. The demolition project, which began on February 8, 2021, is expected to take six to eight weeks to complete.
MEDIA PLANNING TO COVER THIS EVENT SHOULD RSVP TO BCPS.PIO@BROWARDSCHOOLS.COM.
(*flat, closed-toe shoes and pants must be worn to access the demolition site)
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