As part of a bond in 2015, McCamey ISD was able to replace the middle school building as well as the field house and athletics facilities. The historic middle school was built in the 1920s, and the field house was constructed in the 1960s.

A significant part of the project included rerouting electrical lines underground. These lines were previously overhead electrical and low-voltage lines.

The new middle school building fulfills several needs of the faculty, staff and students. The science labs were enlarged and updated with new equipment which will help improve this department’s programming. A larger library and administration areas provided much-needed space which also allowed for conference rooms and a nurse’s office. A secure vestibule was incorporated into the main entrance to the building. Several windows and skylights were incorporated into the design to allow for natural light throughout the space.

The existing field house had developed structural issues and was undersized for the needs of athletic programs. The new athletic facilities made room for a updated weight-room, training room, coaches’ office and locker rooms. A folding door allows easy access between weight rooms for the athletes and coaches. The football stadium was lacking in numbers of restrooms, so several stadium restrooms were also added.

Another part of this project was adding seven kindergarten classrooms to the elementary school. The original historic middle school building has been renovated to serve the needs for district administrative space.