Little Chute Intermediate, Middle + High School
An improved campus for intermediate, middle, and high school grades supports efficiency, safety, and 21st-century learning at the Little Chute Area School District.
Need: Increase security and update learning environments
Solution: Reconfigure the middle school parking lot, consolidate libraries, and add STEM spaces
Result: A transformed facility that supports innovative approaches to teaching and learning
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LocationLittle Chute, WI
Size61,000 sq ft (renovation); 24,000 sq ft (addition)
Additions & Renovations
The district introduced dedicated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) spaces, electronics and CAD labs, and collaboration spaces for small-group instruction.
Other improvements at the Little Chute intermediate/middle/high school included consolidation of two separate libraries for increased efficiency, expansion of physical education spaces, and reconfiguration of the middle school parking lot to improve safety at drop-off + pick-up.
We conducted a comprehensive facility study for the Little Chute Area School District, helping the district identify specific areas of need within the Little Chute intermediate, middle + high school campus. A diverse group of volunteers on the district’s Facilities Task Force unanimously agreed to proceed to a community referendum.
The successful referendum focused on updating learning environments to support 21st-century curriculum.