Age of Twin Falls school campuses

This slide from the Twin Falls School District's plant facilities levy presentation shows the age of school campuses, excluding the newest four. 

COURTESY OF TWIN FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT

TWIN FALLS — Can you guess how old Twin Falls school campuses are?

With the exception of the newest four, the average age is 53 years old.

It’s a topic that comes up during presentations the Twin Falls School District is making in preparation for the March 13 election. The school district is seeking a 10-year, $4.75 million annual plant facilities levy.

The current 10-year, $3.3 annual plant facilities levy expires soon.

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Here’s a look at the age of Twin Falls’ school buildings:

  • School district office: 101 years old
  • Bickel Elementary School: 80 years old
  • Lincoln Elementary School: 80 years old
  • Twin Falls High School: 65 years old
  • Morningside Elementary School: 61 years old
  • Harrison Elementary School: 61 years old
  • Robert Stuart Middle School: 54 years old
  • Sawtooth Elementary School: 42 years old
  • Vera C. O’Leary Middle School: 39 years old
  • I.B. Perrine Elementary School: 33 years old
  • Magic Valley High School: 30 years old
  • Oregon Trail Elementary School: 23 years old
  • Bridge Academy: 20 years old
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