Facilities Projects at Elementary Schools

The Spring Lake Park Schools facilities project includes renovation and redesign projects at each school. The following projects were completed in summer 2018 and ready for the 2018-2019 school year at the district’s elementary schools:

  • Creation of STEM makerspaces at each school
  • Install furnishings to make spaces more flexible
  • Changes to classroom spaces to showcase learning

Below are examples of the facilities projects completed at the district’s elementary schools. 

Innovation Spaces at Centerview

As our district’s newest K-4 elementary school, we are embracing the flexible learning environments that have been created in our school.  Our teachers are able to use these spaces to work with individual or small groups of students to address specific learning needs and truly see our facility as part of the learning process for each student.

Two students sitting on flexible furniture smiling
Centerview learning space with students working
Students smiling

Innovation Spaces at Park Terrace

The Park Terrace media center and hallway was reimagined to be more flexible and meet the varying student needs and interests.

Students working on flexible furniture
Three students working together while sitting on flexible furniture
Students working on flexible furniture

Learning Lab at Woodcrest

The Learning Lab at Woodcrest provides flexible options for students to work individually, in small groups or in a large group with a teacher.

Students in Woodcrest Learning Lab
Students in Woodcrest Learning Lab
Students in Woodcrest Learning Lab

Classroom Pod at Northpoint

A classroom pod at Northpoint was redesigned to include updated and flexible furniture.

Northpoint flexible furniture
Flexible furniture
A group of Northpoint student working together on school work