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9th and 10th grade students will attend school at Memorial Education Center, 310 W 8th Street. Memorial Education Center was built in 1896 and has been used continuously since then as a school. In 2009, Memorial Education Center underwent a renovation to upgrade the existing building.


11th and 12th grade students
will attend school at the Shopko Campus, 101 North Range line Rd. Building D. This 84,000-square-foot building has enough parking to meet the needs of our students and staff, and it gives us the opportunity to create a 21st-century school design. 

We will continue to provide all our classes and programs, so for classes including students from all grade levels, we will transport students between buildings. Specific details for each program are being established.
View the JHS 11th - 12th Grade Campus Facility Design (pdf)
View the JHS 11th - 12th Grade Campus Floor Plan (pdf)


Franklin Technology Center
Franklin Technology Center students will attend school at the 420 South Grand Campus that is
currently an empty warehouse.

This facility will provide the utilities we need for power-intensive programs like auto mechanics and welding, and it has the location, parking and square footage we need for our technology center. Over the summer, we will retrofit the campus to create learning spaces for our students.

Franklin Technology Center will continue to offer all programs to students. Joplin Schools will provide transportation for students attending Franklin Technology Center programs.
View the Franklin Technology Center Facility Design
View the Franklin Technology Center Animated Site Plan

East Middle School
East Middle School students will attend school  at the Crossroads Industrial Park, 7501 East 26th Street.
This 50,000-square-foot empty warehouse will provide the space we need to accommodate the sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from East Middle School. Over the summer, we will retrofit the campus to create learning spaces for our students.
East Middle School Campus Design
East Middle School Site Plan (pdf)

Irving Elementary School
Irving Elementary School students will attend school at Washington Education Center, 1112 East 2nd Street. This former school has been standing empty and is ready to serve as a school again. The property can accommodate modular units to provide additional classroom space.

Emerson Elementary School
Emerson Elementary School students will attend school at Duquesne Elementary School, 1301 South Duquesne Road.
Duquesne is closer to Emerson than Duenweg, so it is a better location for Emerson families. Students previously attending Duquesne will attend Duenweg Elementary School.

Duquesne Elementary School
Duquesne Elementary School students will join the students at Duenweg Elementary School, 202 Molloy Circle, for the 2011-12 school year.

School administrators made this decision because the separate cafeteria and gym location will enable ease in scheduling. In addition, the Duenweg property, which includes nearly six acres, can accommodate modular classrooms.

Early Childhood Development and Parents as Teachers
Early Childhood students the Parents as Teachers department will attend school at McKinley Elementary School, 610 South Forest Street.
This is a central location for families, has separate cafeteria and gym facilities and has space to add modular units.

Beacon School and JHS FLEX Program
Beacon and FLEX will attend school at the Roi S. Wood campus, 1717 E 15th Street, which was our administration building. We will repair the tornado damage to this building over the summer and prepare it to house these programs.
Administration, Technology, Special Services and the Copy Center
Joplin Schools administration, technology, special services and the copy center will move to the former Missouri Department of Transportation Campus at 3901 East 32nd Street.

The MODOT building would not work for classroom space because it does not have enough bathrooms to be used as a school.

Temporary School Locations
Joplin High School

11/12th Grades: JHS 11/12 Campus
Northpark Mall
101 North Rangeline Rd. Building D

9/10th Grades: JHS 9/10 Campus
Memorial Education Center
310 West 8th Street
Franklin Technology Center: Franklin Technology Center
4th and Grand Campus
402 South Grand Street
East Middle School

6-8th Grades: East Middle School
Crossroads Industrial Park
7501 East 26th Street


School Transitions


Irving Elementary School to previously vacant Washington Campus;
School Name: Irving Elementary School
1112 East Second Street

Duquesne Elementary School to join Duenweg Elementary School;
School Name: Duenweg/Duquesne Elementary School
202 Malloy Circle

Emerson Elementary School to former Duquesne Campus;
School Name: Emerson Elementary School
1301 South Duquesne Road

Early Childhood students to McKinley Campus;
School Name: McKinley Campus
610 South Forest Street

Beacon and the JHS FLEX program students to Roi S. Wood Campus;
School Name: Roi S. Wood Education Center
1717 East 15th Street

Roi S. Wood Administration Building to former Missouri Department of Transportation Building;
Joplin Schools Administration Building
3901 East 32nd Street

Temporary Facility Locations (pdf)
JHS 11th - 12th Grade Campus Facility Design (pdf)

JHS 11th - 12th Grade Campus Floor Plan (pdf)
East Middle School Campus Design
East Middle School Site Plan (pdf)
Franklin Technology Center Site Plan
Franklin Technology Center Animated Site Plan

 

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