The new physical environment supports the District’s educational program, while providing a variety of spaces to accommodate 21st century teaching and learning, meeting the individual needs of all students. This variety allows teachers to match the learning activity with the type of space that is conducive to that.
A welcoming central heart serves as a connection to two learning community wings while also being ideal for school gatherings and performances. Additionally, this school heart connects to various specialty programs such as STEM and the arts. The learning community wings give students access to additional peers and adults and supports greater autonomy over their own learning. A flexible studio and the learning commons in each community wing considers future student population growth as well as non-traditional learning environments.
South Clearfield provides an experiential training ground for new educators and local university faculty, collaborative teaching and learning spaces for educators and students, and new recreation, performance, and inquiry-focused environments for the community to enjoy together.