Last week, Upper School Head Joshua Neudel was forced to temporarily close the Innovation Space due to students throwing “clingy hands” at the ceiling, causing minor damage. In December, The Gator also covered how students struggled with keeping the area neat, as well as using it for productive learning and collaborative purposes. As these photos show, though, many students are using the Innovation Space wisely and respectfully.
Kaitlyn Anderson ’20 studies math.
Paola Mammano ’20 studies for a French quiz.
Genevieve Collins ’18 studies for multiple subjects.
Students discuss politics and news articles.
Students collaborate and work on homework.
Miles Best ’20 and Sonya Ewing ’20 use the building blocks to foster innovation.
Students use the group study rooms to review for class.
Oliver Khorasoni ’20 studies for history.
Kaitlyn Anderson ’20 uses the study room to do work.
Students collaborate around the high-top tables.
Stephanie Cranmore ’21 explains an assignment to her peers.