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KIPLING SCHOOL ADDITION

Designing a school for the 21st Century involves rethinking the stereotypical school. Features such as operable partitions, smaller break-out spaces, and multi-functional spaces have been included in the Kipling School renovation and expansion project.

SEPW began work with the Prairie Valley School Division to assess the current school facilities in Kipling, Saskatchewan, and plan for the future. The resultant plan featured renovation/ expansion of the existing school, to modernize the facility and to consolidate the two current schools into one K-12 facility. The project was split into two phases for logistics and capital funding.

Phase 1 of the project involved the consolidation of the two schools in an addition and renovation of the elementary wing.

Phase 2 of the project included renovation of the resource centre and adjacent classrooms, an addition with a new multi-purpose room, digital media lab, administration office, and commerical kitchen.

Throughout the design process SEPW worked closely with the school division, teachers, students, and community members. This included facilitating a number of design workshops and presentations.

Kipling School Renovation and Expansion
Kipling, Saskatchewan
Prairie Valley School Division

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