The way in which students learn today – and how teachers teach – continues to drastically evolve. The help fully prepare students for college and the changing landscape of the world, a parent-led initiative is underway to build a flexible learning environment called The Innovation Center. Set to open in the fall of 2016, the 4,300 square foot center for grades 7-12, students and teachers, will integrate technology and creativity and promote designed thinking that aims to reach beyond traditional education boundaries. Certain aspects of the center will also support students in grades k-8 through Project Lead the Way STEM and robotics programming.
Parents and the community of Chagrin Falls, under the guidance of the Chagrin Falls Educational Foundation, are working together to raise the funds needed to construct the new space, once again demonstrating the dedication and overwhelming support this community has for its students and teachers.
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