The $26.2 million capital project at Hyde Park Central School District addressed infrastructure needs and enhanced STEAM programming with the creation of a new science pod at FDR High School.
Chemistry, physics, earth science, and biology classrooms were each designed with unique furniture, storage and equipment, ensuring physical space meets the needs of the individual programs.
To consolidate instructional space and enhance STEAM programming, a two-story, 44,000 square foot addition constructed in 1976 was gut renovated to house a new science pod at F.D. Roosevelt High School. At Haviland Middle School, five science classrooms were renovated, including the conversion of two general classrooms into science labs.
Critical infrastructure improvements include the replacement of the 50-70 year old heating and ventilation systems at FDR High School, Haviland Middle School, and North Park Elementary School.
Hyde Park, NY
Science Labs, Corridors, Safety and Security, Infrastructure Improvements, General Classrooms