Renovations for Armstrong Elementary School are in the works, but it’s going to be a few years.
A 10-year forecast shows the renovation process spread out from fiscal years 2022-2026 in the Fairfax County Public School CIP.
Planning for the project is expected to start in FY 2022 with funding from a 2021 bond, with permitting beginning the next year.
The school first opened in 1986 and since then, according to county documents, there’s been no substantial renovations except for capacity enhancements in 1990.
The Hunter Mill District’s School Board Representative, Pat Hynes, noted in a newsletter that Armstrong, Crossfield and Louise Archer elementary schools are all planned for additions and renovations over the next 5-10 years.
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