•  STUDENT LOUNGE PROJECT

     

    The goal of the Student Lounge Project is to update the three (3) areas,
    one (1) in each grade, that students use in the morning as well as for class breakouts.

    This project will be completed in 2-3 Phases, depending on the funding we obtain.

     

    Phase 1: Re-upholster ALL current seating in all three (3) lounges.
    This is actually a huge undertaking as there is A LOT of seating in these areas.
    At present, the pieces are 10 years old and covered in a less durable fabric.
    Going forward, the pieces will be recovered with industrial grade fabric and vinyl,
    that is long-lasting, cleanable and meets code.
    It is also intended to obtain one (1) charging table for students to try before we purchase several.

    Phase 2/3: Purchase & Install Charging Tables in all three (3) lounges.
    Install banquette-style seating in 8th Grade Lounge and move previous pieces to other lounges.
    See layouts below.

     

    Design & Project Management:
    This project is being professionally designed & led by parent-interior designer Dina Lowery Vacho.
    She has both commercial and residential experience,
    and has graciously offered her expertise and industry discounts pro bono.
    Our Student Lounge Committee is comprised of Mrs. Vacho, Mr. Largen, our Teacher Liaison (Kathy Miller),
    our three (3) Grade Level Liaisons (Kellee Wilson, Kia Ford & Megan Bobal),
    and our Treasurer (Laura Robbins), with input from students, teachers and custodians.

    A survey was sent out to teachers to get their input.  PTSO representatives met with Student Council to get student input.  The Project Team has spoken with custodians to get their input.

     

    6th Grade

    7th Grade

    8th Grade

    Seating

    Table

     

    PHASE 1 RE-UPHOLSTERY PHOTOS:

    Silver bench

     

    Squiggly bench

     

    PHASE 1 CHARGING/WORK STATION PHOTOS - COMPLETE & INSTALLED on March 13, 2019:

    Table1

    Table2

    Table3

     

    Last Updated: March 14, 2019