TOWNSEND SCHOOLS FACILITIES
The Townsend K-12 Schools is comprised of a variety of spaces designed for educational and public purposes.
The main portions of the school include:
Cecelia Hazelton Elementary School built in the 1950s currently used to educate Grades Kindergarten through 5th Grade.
Townsend Middle School built in the 1980s for use by Grades 6-8. This facility is physically attached to the elementary school. Townsend Schools' music program is also housed in this part of the school.
Broadwater High School has two sections in its building. The oldest section was built in the 1960s currently hosts vocational education, art, and family consumer sciences spaces with additional general classrooms. The newest section was completed in 2001 and includes general classrooms, science classrooms/labs, computer labs and district administration offices.
There four educational spaces in the district that also double as public use areas:
Townsend Community Library which has a well equipped library and access to the internet for students and general public. Hours for the public are posted at the library.
Multipurpose Room is the schools' cafeteria and kitchen facility.
Main Gym was built during the 1960s construction and is the location of the Townsend Bulldog varsity basketball games and wrestling meets. It has built in seating for 1,000.
Multipurpose Gym was built in 2001 and is a full size gym with a stage at one end. Varsity volleyball, school plays, school concerts and graduation are held in this facility with a total seating capacity of 1,100.