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Hazeldale Elementary School Tour
Hazedale Elementary school is a 88,700sf school designed for 750 K-5 students in Beaverton School District. The school is one of four prototype schools designed for Beaverton. The design of the school spaces create both equity and equality for all students and a model for customization within a prototype design. The first hour of the tour will focus on a physical walkthrough of the school. The remaining time will focus on a discussion about the prototype process, how it played out at other the other locations and the differences in delivery methods between the projects (cost, quality, schedule, teamwork, etc).
About The Association for Learning Environments
The Association for Learning Environments is a professional 501 (c)(3) non-profit association whose sole mission is improving the places where children learn.
The Association for Learning Environments believes that:
- Facilities impact the learning, development and behavior of the facility user;
- The planning process is essential for quality facilities;
- Sharing and networking improves the planning process; and
- There is a standard by which to measure.
The Association for Learning Environments was first established in 1921 as the National Council on Schoolhouse Construction (NCSC) then becoming Council of Education Facility Planners International (CEFPI) in 1971. It took its current name in 2015.
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Cover image courtesy Beaverton School District.