Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Completion of Ivy High modernization project celebrated Officials announce the completion of the Ivy High School modernization project on the first day of the new school year, Aug. 11. The result of the $1.4 million project is discussed at a dedication ceremony by (inset) school principal Melissa Marovich, left, and Fallbrook Union High School District superintendent Dale Mitchell, Ed.D., right. This photograph shows the new classrooms and center lawn area at Ivy High School after the completion of a $1.4 million modernization project over the summer. Approximately three dozen FUHSD staff members attend the Ivy High School modernization project dedication ceremony on Aug. 11. The previous classrooms were 36-year-old structures originally used in the city of Watts. A plaque presented during the ceremony Aug. 11 for the completion of the $1.4 million Ivy High School modernization project will be installed on the campus. Displaying it are, from left, Ivy High principal Melissa Marovich, FUHSD president Sharon Koehler, FUHSD chief business officer Wilson Hatcher and FUHSD superintendent Dale Mitchell, Ed. D. Completion of Ivy High modernization project celebrated added by Newsroom on August 21, 2014 View all posts by Newsroom → 6 Responses to "Completion of Ivy High modernization project celebrated" wizard of fallbrook August 24, 2014 at 7:30 am kids can’t get along a the regular high school…so we have to spend money on another one….. i guess if they can’t finish school there we can spend another million on another school….. build more prisons……. Reply Ivy HS Alumni August 24, 2014 at 8:43 am Ivy High School is a great campus. I remember Ivy HS as a place that was home to the most out spoken and hands on kids that were not afraid to express themselves. Truly we were fortunate to have an all-star staff to take care of us beginning with Principal Charla Rayl, Joan Williams, Linda Meza, Tina Rainey, Rick Vasquez, and Dana Smith. Glad to see these renovations I just hope they have not painted over the murals that defined the school. Reply 2012 Graduate August 25, 2014 at 10:48 am To comment #1 So you are stating that everyone that goes to Ivy High-school can’t get along in a regular School??!? Reply wizard of fallbrook August 26, 2014 at 3:48 am not everyone..but we do have a perfectly good high school…why should we have a continuation school? more money spent to accommodate kids who can’t get w the program…. Reply FHS or Ivy? August 26, 2014 at 2:32 pm Which school has better college placement record? Fallbrook High or Ivy School? Reply IVY GRADUATE August 27, 2014 at 9:11 am Students cant get along??? That is not always the case. Has it crossed your mind that some students prefer a smaller school where teachers can give them extra help and individual attention, perhaps they were severely bullied in a regular high school. Some begin working at a younger age and the shorter schedule with no homework is a better option. Or in my case, If I attended Ivy High School, I would have the opportunity to graduate sooner. Thus, allowing me to get a head start at my college education. Ivy is a Great School, I learned more at Ivy High in One year than I did at another high school in three years. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.