The Morris Fifth Grade Center is the second campus of its kind to open in the district. The campus opened its doors in August 2004 and began a new era in the building that has served as Beverly Hills Intermediate School since 1964. The building was converted to house the fifth grade center through funding approved by voters in February 2000 as part of the Make Room For Children bond program. The school draws students from Atkinson, Burnett, Frazier, Jessup, Meador, Moore and Stuchbery elementary schools. With an elementary school philosophy, students are given the knowledge and resources they need to make a successful transition into intermediate school.