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The new Environmental Learning Center is expected to open in early October.
Until the center opens, SAMI students will attend classes at the former Camp 6 site, the Pagoda and other Point Defiance locations, as they always have. As the building gets closer to opening, we’ll share more information about any changes to school-day logistics.You can find information about bus transportation, class schedules and other essential topics here.
Forma Construction of Tumwater is mobilizing on site to begin construction on the building currently referred to as the Environmental Learning Center.
Here is a look at the proposed design plan originally presented by the then-executive director of Planning & Construction for Tacoma Public Schools, executive directors for Metro Parks and McGranahan Architects for board approval. SAMI School Design Presentation
"We are looking at a paradigm shift in how teaching works, we are no longer based on that model with the front of the classroom where the teachers are the sole proprietors of knowledge."
Steve Murakami from Tacoma Public Schools talks about the plans for the new facilities for the Science and Math Institute. Working with Metro Parks Tacoma, TPS contracted Tacoma's McGranahan Architects to plan the building. Designer Michael McGavock explains the philosophy behind how SOTA and SAMI are embedded within a community like Tacoma. Curtis Hancock from Metro Parks shows how project based learning will be highlighted in these new spaces, which are being incorporated into Metro Parks' master plan for construction at Point Defiance Park.
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