Recently, the but this is just another phase for a school that has a long history of change.
It was built in 1928 and was once the town's high school, then it was combined with a nearby elementary school and converted to a junior high. Later, it was turned into a middle school and after the students are moved out at the end of the school year in June, it will serve as "swing space" and may host some of the town's operations while the school district undergoes reorganization, according to Wes Greenleaf, the buildings and grounds director.
is where a majority of military families enroll their sixth, seventh and eighth graders and the faculty and staff have strived to create an environment of acceptance and respect among the ever-changing student population. Next year, the students and teachers will be spread out between or .
Fitch Middle School staff and administrators are hoping their combined experience with change will help them all adapt again, together.