Last Tuesday night Revere Public Schools hosted a “Virtual Community Visioning Workshop” that focused on setting educational and architectural priorities for the new Revere High School project.
During the hour and half long workshop a good amount of time was spent on design patterns that were prioritized during prior visioning workshops.
During the virtual event, students and families had the option to like or dislike certain aspects of proposed design patterns.
At the very end of the presentations participants had the opportunity to rate the design patterns based on what was the most and least important.
The first pattern presented and the one that was rated most important by the viewing public during the meeting was the ‘heart of the school’.
“The idea that there’s a central Learning Commons, a place that brings the whole community together,” said Davis Stephen, a…