Gainesville City Schools is taking suggestions for the name of the new elementary school being built in Mundy Mill subdivision. It will include kindergarten through fifth-grade classes.
The school district expects to move into the building starting in May 2017.
The $17.4 million school will open for the 2017-18 school year. It will be the sixth elementary school in Gainesville.
It will be the first Gainesville elementary school that will have a specified attendance zone and will not be a “school of choice,” allowing students from all over the city to apply to attend.
The school will have nearly 130,000 square feet and a capacity of 750 students, school officials have said.
The school district is taking name suggestions until Friday.
Go the district’s website to suggest a name.
Other information links about the school also are included at that location.