D'Iberville Middle School Environmental Assessment
Like many other public and private buildings on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, the extraordinary storm surge associated with Hurricane Katrina caused extensive damage to the D’Iberville Middle School, located at 1000 Gorenflo Street in D’Iberville, Mississippi. The school campus was located approximately 400 meters north of the north shore of the Back Bay of Biloxi. The facility consisted of four classroom buildings, a cafeteria and a gymnasium, with a combined total space of 72,000 square feet. Eight feet of water inundated the six school buildings on the campus, causing complete destruction of all interior furnishings and equipment, as well as plumbing, wiring and flooring. Due to the extent of the damages, no repairs have been conducted and the buildings are slated for demolition. Students previously attending D’Iberville Middle School students are currently attending classes in trailers at D’Iberville Elementary (fifth and sixth grades) and D’Iberville High School (seventh and eighth grades).
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