returning

to school

Maximizing the space of a k-12 classroom has always been important but now it's imperative. We want to help educators be prepared for in-person learning with flexible seating options that can accommodate new learning strategies and social distancing. 
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reduce

Integrate technology that enables remote attendance, allowing fewer students to be physically present in classrooms.

Reduce classroom and learning space occupancy to allow for 6 feet of separation among students and staff throughout the day.

-CDC Guidelines

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reconfigure

Using modular furniture, technology and collaborative spaces can still be achieved without sacrificing safety guidelines by utilizing 6' distanced layouts and clear dividers.

Mobile furniture can be easily reconfigured, as needs and safety concerns change. Use a hybrid learning approach that combines face-to-face and online instruction to help spread out students across learning spaces throughout the school.
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repurpose

Use mobile storage and book baskets to keep students belongings separated from others’ and off the floor.

As classroom space will become an
issue, communal spaces such as cafeterias,
gyms and hallways can be repurposed
for students completing online learning modules and safe collaboration with others. 

We understand that every school is different and we want to help uncover the solutions that are right for you.

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guidelines

by state

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