Building a strong future in
Eastern Carver County Schools
The competition pool will be located at Pioneer Ridge Middle School. It will be 75 feet long and 61 feet wide and includes 8 lanes and a separate diving well. Construction begins in the spring of 2017 with an expected completion date of spring of 2018.
Eastern Carver County Athletic Center
The Eastern Carver County Athletic Center was completed in December. Students from Chaska Middle School East utilize this new space for physical education during school hours. Outside groups including E. Carver Co. Schools Community Education, district athletic teams, and approximately 10 other local sports groups and organizations rent the facility throughout the year. Reservations can be made year round to use the turf, however, the facility will only be covered by the dome from approximately November through April each year. For more information about facility availability – click here.
- 230 ft x 450 ft
- Size allows for 3 field areas of approximately 130 ft by 190 feet each
- 103,500 total sq. ft.
After one year and three weeks of construction, Carver Elementary School opened on Sept. 5. Our community generously supported a bond referendum in 2015 for a school that is needed to serve a growing population. Carver Elementary was projected to open with 594 students and now has 648. The new school is located near the intersection of Hwy 212 and Jonathan Carver Pkwy. in Carver. Carver Elementary is built for a 720-student capacity with the option of future expansion for up to 865 students. The two-story building includes 30 traditional classrooms designed around collaborative learning spaces. It has two full-size gymnasiums and a large cafeteria to accommodate future growth. The property shares a sports field and walking paths with the City of Carver. The estimated total cost for building the new elementary school is $33.21 million.
Additions to Clover Ridge & Victoria Elementary
Clover Ridge and Victoria Elementary schools were originally designed to accommodate expansions. As part of the 2015 referendum, the district needed that space to serve our growing communities. Each school received an additional six classrooms and Victoria’s lunch room was expanded. The added spaces were complete in early 2017.