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.

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