Front office addition/renovations - an addition was created to create more space for the front office, a new HVAC system was put in place, and the entire office was gutted to install new lights, flooring and furniture.
Addition of six classrooms
Interior renovations: classroom and hallway reconfiguration, media center renovation/addition of Makerspace, updated staff restrooms
Front office renovation - an addition was added to create the room necessary for a secure front vestibule, a new HVAC system was put in place, and the entire office was gutted to install new lights, lighting, flooring and furniture.
Lincoln Elementary was one of the two buildings scheduled for tear-down and replacement (the other being Field Elementary) when the referendum passed in 2018. Construction on the new school began in June 2021, and the school was completed under budget and ready for students for the 2022-23 school year.
Secure entrance and new main office - the old Bryan Main Office was not located at the front of the building, so visitors would have to walk several feet after being buzzed into the building. The new office is a secure entrance located right at the front of the building.
Front office remodel - the front entrance was renovated to include a secure entrance vestibule, a new HVAC system was put in place, and the whole office was gutted to install new lights, lighting, flooring and furniture.
The Transition Center is a program designated for young adults age 18-21, to support students with disabilities who may have met the requirements for graduation, but who may need to continue to work on their transition goals. The Transition Center was previously located on North York Road, in a building that was not large enough for the program's needs, nor was it ADA compliant. As part of the 2018, referendum, D205 purchased a property at 407 W. St. Charles Road, and renovated it to ensure postsecondary success for these students.
Elmhurst District 205 held a ribbon cutting for the new Bridges Transition Center on November 15, 2021.