This week John C. Bohach Elementary School officially opened to students! Washoe County School District hosted a tour for friends, family and co-workers of fallen Reno Police Officer John C. Bohach, for whom the school is named, to get an inside look.
The new elementary school is designed to relieve overcrowding at surrounding elementary schools, and provide capacity for this high-growth area. School capacity is 745 students in this 2 story, 82,500-square-foot facility. There are 28 standard classrooms, one “Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM)” Lab, three “Hub” spaces for collaborative/project learning, modern security, energy-efficient design including a geothermal heat exchange system, and drought-tolerant landscaping.
Check out WCSD’s video tour with info about John C. Bohach.
Our newest elementary school, named for fallen Reno Police Officer John C. Bohach, just opened for classes this school year. Friends, family, and former coworkers came for a quick tour right before classes began.
Posted by WCSD Building on Friday, August 21, 2020