GREENVILLE — Last year the Board of Education approved the construction of three outdoor classroom spaces with funds from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA).
The legislation authorized funding to sustain educational programs and support students during the pandemic, according to the Greenville Central School District.
The outdoor classroom spaces will give students a more spread-out, alternative learning space that inspires creativity and concentration.
The construction of these spaces includes enhanced wireless capabilities to allow teachers to use technology while utilizing spaces outside of their traditional classrooms.
Construction is set to finish up in the coming months.