Mooresville, IN. On Tuesday, April 13th, Mooresville Schools Board of Trustees and school administrators gathered to celebrate the start of construction of the $14.8M design-build project addition. The group autographed a steel beam that will be part of the new structure to mark the occasion. To carry out the District’s mission to maintain the school’s history and culture in the project, students in the high school’s athletic department Champions of Character program submitted name ideas for the new building. Two current freshmen, Craig Teike and Kalyn Bunch, were recognized for submitting the winning name for the project, “Pioneer Pavilion.”

Mooresville Schools Pioneer Pavilion estimated completion is Spring 2022. The new addition will add 57,639 square feet to the existing school building incorporating a state-of-the-art athletic complex, learning spaces, and expanding the existing cafeteria. It will feature a new fieldhouse for multipurpose use enriched with school spirit. The design will include an elevated fitness track, wrestling room, weight/training room, and support spaces (two multi-use classrooms, training room, locker rooms, storage, and official’s suite). The project also includes cafeteria expansion to accommodate student growth and provides a common space for large events and gatherings.

“The Pioneer Pavilion brings opportunities for our students, families, and community,” said Mooresville Schools Superintendent Randy Taylor.  “Not only will this facility benefit our middle and high school student-athletes, it also provides much-needed space to expand opportunities for performing arts and community events.”

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