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Mundo Verde Community Participates in Sidewalk Chalk Studio

News—————15 July 2013

The Mundo Verde Public Charter School Community participated in a sidewalk studio in early July with Studio Twenty Seven designers. Equipped with big chalk and even bigger imaginations, Mundo Verde students, parents, and neighbors were asked to put their thoughts to asphalt and imagine the future format of their new school. Expeditionary learning knows no bounds, and we came back to the studio with many useful ideas and new insights into the talent and enthusiasm of Mundo Verde students. The school is being designed to exceed the USGBC LEED for Schools standards and become a new model for sustainability both in terms of environment and community.

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