Ground was broken on our new facilities expansion. Dubbed “The Hive,” the project consists of new middle and high school facilities totaling over 18,000 square feet. Configured in a honeycomb-like array, these individual classroom buildings of approximately 750 square feet each are integrated seamlessly into the natural landscape to create a connected learning community for 6th-12th grades.
The Hive’s innovative design represents the school’s commitment to sustainable land development. Characterized by elevated decking connecting the individual structures, this design provides open-air spaces for scholars to work independently and in teams, along with assembly areas for educational and community gatherings. In addition, this green building solution safeguards the natural integrity of the school’s pond by mitigating the stormwater run-off resulting from traditional impervious surfaces and hardscapes. Phase One, the middle school construction, will begin next week and is proposed to be completed by August 2020, providing English, Math, Science, and Humanities classrooms for the upcoming school year.
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Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 982 6579 6482
Online high school orientation (a link invite will be sent to high school students)
Orientation and PSCS Covenant conferences with teachers
Instructional materials pick-up day
First Day School
Community will be notified of possible next learning phase based on health data and direction from state leadership
End of remote learning for first six weeks (tbd)