The design of the Rossville K-12 Media Center brings primary and secondary students into one space and creates a visual connection between the two. In the media center, two Rossville “Hornets” red carpet stripes define the separation between primary and secondary sections; a shared gathering space is situated in the middle. The media center addition took advantage of a sloped grade so that students can enter from the lower level and traverse up a learning riser to the upper media center level. An overhead sectional door enables the school to have the media center open or closed to the learning riser. Another overhead door provides access to a “flex” room off the media center. This space has the flexibility to be a classroom, meeting room, or reading room.
Read more about the Rossville K-12 Media Center and view a photo gallery at SchoolDesigns.com.