#
Enabling Science Education Through Repurposed Resources
site map
contact
Connexion
Energy Solutions

Louie the Lightning Bug

Looking to add energy safety & efficiency to your curriculum?
Visit ComEd's interactive 'Electric Universe'!

 The Green Apple 
The Green Apple BlogThe Green Apple is your Science Connexion news resource. Learn about new equipment just received, sustainable living and energy efficiency ideas for schools.
Friday, 30 March 2012

Project planners at the Urbana-Champaign-based campus decided to seek LEED-Platinum certification for the $62-million, 160,000-sq-ft project, a designation the completed facility earned by virtue of displacement ventilation, triple-glazed windows and a 4,000-sq-ft photovoltaic array perched atop its roof, among numerous other sustainable components...

Read the full story

The Connexion Green SceneFor more energy efficiency news visit the Connexion Green Scene

Posted by: Connexion AT 06:42 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Comments:

Post comment
Name
 *
Email Address

Message
(max 750 characters)
*
Verify image below
*
* Required Fields
Note: All comments are subject to approval. Your comment will not appear until it has been approved.

American School & University 
Billionaire investor John Paulson provides fund to Success Academy Charter Schools

read more

St. Paul School served grades preK to 8, but could not overcome a steady decline in enrollment

read more

Plan calls for residence hall for 500 to 600 students; upgrade of north stands at Kinnick Stadium, and construction of indoor track and field space.

read more

University installs a comprehensive wayfinding system to help people navigate its campus.

read more

Construction on 70,000-square-foot facility begins in the fall.

read more

$36.5 million facility will provide new home for school district's arts high school.

read more

$45 million project is a key element of the university's expansion plans.

read more

Officials with HIllsborough County schools delay hiring more officers as they assess the security upgrades that already have been carried out.

read more

A $25 million renovation has transformed the former Health Sciences building into space for the School of Journalism and Mass Communications

read more

Emerald Academy will begin with only kindergartners and first-graders.

read more

Charters schools housed in private space fare worse than those sharing space in city school buildings.

read more

The 4-3 ruling overturns a lower court opinion that the program impermissibly used public funds for religious purposes.

read more

Data from the U.S. Department of Education depicts the prevalence of out-of-school suspensions throughout the nation's public school districts.

read more

U.S. Department of Education releases preliminary data on higher-education institutions

read more

Ho'okele Elementary will be the 256th school operated by the state and has been designed to receive LEED certification for energy efficiency and sustainability.

read more

With declining enrollment, the district has been studying how to operate its facilities more efficiently.

read more

Cathedral High School, displaced four years ago by a tornado, and Holyoke Catholic High School in Chicopee will combine, and a new campus, Pope Francis High School, will be built.

read more

75,000-square-foot facility, expected to open in 2017, will seek LEED certification for environmentally friendly design.

read more

School administrators in the Burlington district will turn the cameras on only when determine a video recording will be useful.

read more

Paul Smith's College in Paul's Smith, N.Y., wants to change its name to Joan Weill-Paul Smith’s College

read more

The university expanded its recreation facility to keep up with growing student demand.

read more

David Hansen removed failing grades of online schools from evaluations to make performance of charter schools look better.

read more

Founding superintendent of the Varnett Public School and her husband face federal charges of fraud, tax evasion and obstruction of justice.

read more

read more

Study found that the existing site of Morse High School in Bath, Maine, is too small for either renovation or building an adequately sized new campus.

read more

Forrest Claypool has led the city's park and transportation systems, but does not have experience in education administration.

read more

The big-box retail space in a vacant mall was converted to a high school after a deadly tornado destroyed Joplin High in 2011.

read more

41,000-seat facility is being built on campus and will include an academic center and an alumni center.

read more

The Hill School in Pottstown, Pa., is planning to build a $25 million STEM-themed building called The Quadrivium Center.

read more

Priscilla Vallejo, 13, was riding a bike when she was struck by a Santa Ana Unified District truck.

read more

Site Mailing List 
Recycle | Repurpose | Reuse | Revitalize

Enabling STEM education through repurposed resources
a conneXion company
1700 Leider Lane
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Phone: 847-499-8320
ddobski@connexiones.com