LOOK: Oxford Elementary Pilot Classrooms
Parents and residents toured pilot classrooms, a preview of the CH-UH facilities master plan.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District showed residents and parents the new pilot classrooms at Oxford Elementary School before its special meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 16.
The pilot, part of the facilities master plan, is housed in five classrooms and 6,200 square feet of space in the first-grade wing of Oxford. The elementary pilot cost $290,000. A $750,000 Innovation Grant through the Ohio Department of Education's Race to the Top program helped pay for the $994,000 pilot project at Oxford and the other two schools — Legacy New Tech in Cleveland Heights High School and Roxboro Middle School's sixth-grade wing.
For more information on the pilot classrooms, click here.
Browse the photos above to see the features of the new space.