In response to a growing student population and capacity challenges, the Oregon School District is constructing a fourth elementary school to serve its students and flourishing community. The new, two-story, K-6 Forest Edge Elementary School will be the first net-zero candidate school constructed in Wisconsin, continuing a long history of sustainable construction practices in the state.
Reflecting this progressive commitment of the District, the Forest Edge Elementary School is an innovative, sustainable building that maintains a clear focus on creating exceptional learning spaces. The building itself boasts numerous learning opportunities for students through the incorporation of interactive stations that highlight the unique and sustainable features of the school. Situated in a wooded area, students will also be able to use the outdoors as an extension of the classroom.