On Friday, January 5, we were thrilled to host a ribbon-cutting and open house for Livingston Hall, the School’s new 6,000 sq.ft. student support center.
Livingston Hall, which dates back to 1956 as one of the School’s original campus buildings, underwent a complete interior renovation to create a dedicated building for Upper and Middle School student support. The new building includes the Waters Learning Support Center for differentiated learning, including six Learning Support Specialist offices and six student-teacher collaboration spaces. Other building features include the Center for Counseling & Student Wellness, the Cultural Competency & Inclusion office, a learning commons area, and a collaborative learning classroom featuring the latest technology inspired by higher education.