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Nativity School Looks Forward to New "Home Field Advantage"

Original post made by J Morgan on Sep 14, 2007

Nativity School celebrated its 50th anniversary this past summer by breaking ground on a new, state-of-the-art multipurpose building and kindergarten facilities. Slated to be complete in late May 2008, the building will house a brand new gymnasium, locker rooms and kitchen. It is the first time in fifty years that the students at Nativity School will have their own home court.

Additionally, the new construction project will introduce a larger, updated kindergarten classroom and playground facilities to accommodate its growing enrollment.

Construction is timed to be complete by the end of this school year, just in time for Nativity's annual summer kick-off - the Nativity Carnival.

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