Whitehall District School's Shoreline Elementary was completed in September, 1994
Whitehall District School's Shoreline Elementary was completed in September, 1994. The 64,590 square-foot project was built at a total cost of $5.4 million. This represents a very economical cost per square foot ratio of $83.60. The colorful new school serves 725-students in grades K-3.
The building is organized around grade-level pods, each divided into two teams. These teams are grouped around a larger space providing a place for hands-on activities and cooperative learning.
The media center anchors one classroom wing and serves as the hub for technology distribution. The central core of the building accommodates a full-size gymnasium/cafeteria with a stage that serves as a music room, art/science room, and a computer lab.
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