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The following information outlines progress to date on the Master Plan for the 9-12 Innovation Center.

Updated May 9, 2018

Valley Southwoods As The Innovation Center

This graphic indicates how spaces could be utilized if the Valley Southwoods building was transitioned to the Innovation Center.

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Applied Learning Cluster type 1

This graphic indicates program options that would require a combination of small to large spaces. Flexibility in adjusting the size of each space would allow for the greatest number of configurations based on programs offered.

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Instructional Core Benchmarks

This graphic indicates square footage needs broken down by instructional core, activities, common areas, and offices for both Valley and the Innovation Center.

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Applied Learning Cluster type 2

This graphic indicates program options that would require a combination of small to large spaces. Flexibility in adjusting the size of each space would allow for the greatest number of configurations based on programs offered.

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Innovation Center Program Ideas

This graphic lists program options for the Innovation Center as well as a list of school districts across the country who have an innovation center.

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Applied Learning Cluster type 3

This graphic indicates program options that would require a combination of small to medium spaces. Flexibility in adjusting the size of each space would allow for the greatest number of configurations based on programs offered.

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Program type by Building

This graphic indicates potential groups of programs that could be offered at Valley High School, the Innovation Center, or both.

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Applied Learning Cluster type 4

This graphic indicates program options that would require small spaces. Courses offered could be a combination of core classes and new programs that do not require a larger space.

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