Miguel Sepulveda Elementary School history

School: Miguel Sepulveda Elementary School
School Name History:
Miguel Sepulveda was the founder of AHORA, northern Nevada’s first Spanish-English newspaper. He was considered by many to be the founding father of Nevada Hispanic Services and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Sepulveda was instrumental in the establishment of the Washoe County School District’s English as a Second Language Program, and he was an original member of the Washoe At-Risk Task Force.
Washoe County School District Board of Trustees:
Dan Carne Nancy J. Hollinger
Anne Loring Galen Mitchell
Lezlie Porter Barbara Price
Jonnie Pullman Jody Ruggiero
Superintendent of Schools at time of construction:
Paul Dugan
Opening Date: 2006
Architect: Sheehan Van Woert Bigotti Architects
Contractor: United Construction Company
Construction Cost: $13,109,392
Square Footage: 60,862
Cornerstone Dates: AD 2006, AL 6006
First Principal: Debbie Martino
Physical Building Description:
Cinder block, single story construction with interior circulation corridors, library, multipurpose room/cafeteria and classrooms for K-6.