Conroe ISD breaks ground on elementary school in Evergreen

by Emily Marek

Robert Santini, Buck Diggers, Conroe ISD Superintendent Dr. Curtis Null, Keith Luechtefeld, Rebecca Summers and Pauline Veazey (via Shea Homes)

Conroe Independent School District recently broke ground on an elementary school in Evergreen, a master-planned community from Shea Homes. Superintendent Dr. Curtis Null, as well as other school officials and representatives from the Lake Conroe/Conroe Chamber of Commerce, were among the attendees at the groundbreaking ceremony.

Spanning 150,000 square feet, Campbell Elementary will serve approximately 950 students in grades kindergarten through sixth, pending the finalization of zoning later this year. The school is expected to open for the 2025-2026 school year.

“We’re excited to bring the convenience of an onsite school to our growing number of residents,” Keith Luechtefeld, Houston division president for Shea Homes, said in a press release. “It won’t be long before there will be parents walking their children to school and enjoying the benefits of an onsite campus.”

Campbell Elementary is just one of eight new schools funded via a $1.9 billion bond referendum passed last November. The bond also includes $40 million in technology enhancements, including the purchase of iPads, laptops and desktop computers for student and faculty use.

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