Students help design green school

May 19, 2008
K-8 charter school in planned in San Diego

Some 45 students at the Gary and Jerri-Ann Jacobs High Tech High School in San Diego are learning about city planning, environmental awareness, property rights and more through designing a green school. During the “Gravel to Green” project, 10th-grade students are acting as architects for the 700-student K-8 charter school planned for a 3½-acre parcel in a proposed development.

Click here to read The San Diego Union-Tribune article.

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