When multiple staff changes occurred at Avoca Central Schools, one important challenge arose: several classrooms were left unused and the path to repurposing them into a more functional space for students remained unclear.
“We as district leaders have a lot of thoughts about what we want, but we don’t always know how to get there.”
― Steve Saxton, District Superintendent
Creative adaptive reuse practices helped transform underutilized teaching spaces into a more versatile hub for enriched learning and socialization.
Learn more about Saxton’s firsthand experience working with CPL and how our strong partnership cultivated a multi-functional media center that’s appreciated by students, staff and members of the community alike.