Sanders Elementary is having a major construction facelift in Florida
Pasco County students are all set to get just opened staffing for its first magnet school.
Sanders Elementary is having a major facelift. It was shut down in 2010 after born in half century before.
The way it has been constructed will also help attach all the subjects.
The classroom walls made of glass and aluminum framework.
Jeff Wright, the project manager opined that the students can fold those from the both side so that the whole space could be open.
Every student will also have the chance to possess a device that will be assigned to them. They can freely use laptop and iPod.
Anyone can apply across the United States in this school. However those living within a five mile radius will get precedence. Parents have until January 15th to apply. It will open for the next school year.
The district says it plans on expanding the concept to more schools in the near future.