The classroom environment impacts morale and academic success. Our new rooms are brighter, have softer flooring, and have more flexible and updated furniture. If you’ve visited our first, second and third grade classrooms, you will notice the rooms are full of bright colors from the decorations on the walls and boards to the carpet squares, desks and chairs.
One new piece of furniture in each classroom is the “ripple bench,” and you will often find children sitting or lying across it while reading or working quietly. These classrooms have spaces for different kinds of learning. Research shows that children learn better when they are comfortable and can move around.
Our fourth and fifth grade classrooms are awaiting these changes. We plan to renovate these rooms this summer. Will you help us ensure our rising fourth and fifth graders will benefit from these improvements next year? A gift of $25,000 would sponsor all new furniture in one classroom. Join our Building a Bright Future Capital Campaign today!
Learn more on our campaign website.