Bray Architects 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. The District’s Facilities Task Force (a diverse group of volunteers) unanimously agreed to proceed to a community referendum for facility improvements.
A successful referendum focused on updating learning environments to support 21st Century curriculum. The District introduced dedicated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), electronics, and CAD labs, and collaboration spaces and classrooms for small group instruction.
Other improvements at the Little Chute intermediate/middle/high school include the consolidation of the campus’s two separate libraries for increased efficiency, expansion of physical education spaces, and reconfiguration of the middle school parking lot to improve safety of drop-off/pick-up.