WWCS Leading the Way Through New High Performance Learning Environment

 

Winton Woods City Schools is the first district in Ohio to adopt and design school facilities with the High Performance Learning Environment (HPLE) standard. These innovative environments incorporate features that improve student performance and better learning. “This is an educational facility design standard that is more consistent with the future needs of students, staff, families, community members and business partners,” said Executive Director of Business Affairs Steve Denny. “It facilitates a more flexible design that is aligned with the development of 21st-century learning skills. This is critical in preparing our students to be future ready.”

The district received approval for their distributed dining through HPLE standards. “This is an exciting achievement that will impact our students and Warrior family,” said Superintendent Anthony G. Smith. “The innovative concept of distributed dining could not have been supported with out the plan being endorsed by the High Performance Learning Environment standard. It is an exciting time to be a Warrior.”





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