Christ-King Catholic School’s Learning Commons, which contains the new Makerspace and Library, is really taking shape.
“For our Learning Commons, the renovations started in the summer,” said Tara McMillan, the school’s principal. “Basically we have taken that whole area which is kind of the central hub of our school, and we have divided the space but we are still able to open it up into one larger space, too,” she said, adding that an ‘accordion’ wall is a part of the set-up as well.
“This can slide back and forth, so we can either have one massive Learning Commons area or we can have a fully-loaded Makerspace on one side and our library on the other side,” she said.
“We can use it as two different rooms for two different classes at the same time, or we can open it up and use it as one big space.”
Thanks to infrastructure funding from the government…