Assumption Green opens its doors

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz offers a prayer of blessing at Assumption High School’s new Assumption Green Sports and Education Complex Aug. 17. Seated behind the archbishop are Metro Council President Jim King, Assumption president Elaine Salvo and Mayor Greg Fischer. (Record photos by Jessica Able)

Assumption High School hosted a grand opening ceremony Aug. 17 at the school’s new Assumption Green building. The Assumption Green building is part of the larger sports and education complex that sits on 11.9 acres of land at 4500 Champions Trace. Along with state of the art facilities, the Assumption Green will also serve as the center for Assumption’s environmental and sustainability program.

In addition to locker rooms and an athletic training facility, the building has a partial green roof system, solar panels, living wall panels, dual flush toilets, permeable pavers, a rain garden, motion sensored lighting and a clay tile wall.

Mayor Greg Fischer and Metro Council President Jim King cut the ribbon to Assumption High School’s new Assumption Green Sports and Educational Complex Aug. 17.
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