Environmental Design class takes tour of campus

August 27, 2017

Gazebo Photo by Nick Dorogy

One of Stratford’s newest classes already is having a big impact on campus.

Environmental Design, taught by Mr. Mike Kelley and Mrs. Susan Hanberry, is in its third year as part of the Stratford curriculum. It earned a $50,000 grant to recreate the upper level of the library into a design studio.

Now, the two teachers have their classes focused on the layout of Stratford’s campus and buildings.

On Thursday, the sixth-period Introduction to Environmental Design class toured the campus to study the benefits and drawbacks of Stratford’s facilities.

Analyzing everything from hallways to sidewalks to plumbing, the class hopes to pick out some of the best, and most useful, parts of campus that are tailored to the Stratford community.

“The point of the class is to make students think more open-minded, and so we are going to start with Stratford’s campus,” Kelley said.

Gazebo Photo by Nick Dorogy

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