DeSales gets new open-air classroom space

DeSales High School students listened as teacher Matt Sommer, far right, taught a creative writing class held in the school’s new open-air classroom Aug. 11. (Photo Special to The Record)

Leaders at DeSales High School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 3 to officially open its new open-air classroom space on the school’s Kenwood Drive campus. 

The 1,578 square-foot space is located along the south side of the school building facing Laughlin Avenue. It will be used as a classroom for all courses as well as a gathering space for students before and after school. 

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DeSales High School students listened as teacher Matt Sommer, far right, taught a creative writing class held in the school’s new open-air classroom Aug. 11.

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