Students in Johnston County were welcomed back from summer vacation to a new school!  Completed just days before school began, the Jaguars and North Johnston Middle School now have a new place to call home.  The 105,000sf facility consists of six distinct units.  There are three classroom buildings, plus an administration/media center wing, a dining/kitchen wing, and a gymnasium/locker wing.  The classroom buildings contain large science and math classrooms, as well as conventional classrooms equipped with the latest educational technology.  The separate structures are linked together by interconnecting glass and brick enclosed corridors.

Bordeaux Construction worked many hours to ensure the school was sparkling and ready to welcome back students!  Lead by Project Executive, Blair Bordeaux, Project Manager, Jon Barrett and Superintendent, Milton Boyette, Bordeaux Construction was able to provide a facility Johnston County Schools can be proud to call their own.  Additional support was provided by Project Engineer, Keifer Ewing and Assistant Superintendent, Kevin Holder.