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43 Our Future Above: Class of 2014 with Class of 2024.These second-graders and seniors will celebrate reunions together, as they will graduate one decade apart. Lower School Transformation Project Highlights • 59% increase in lear ning space per student • Flexible space to connect classrooms, for grade-level lear ning and presentations • New, prominent public galleries to highlight and display student work • Information commons & librar y • Welcoming reception area • Improved safety features Transforming the Lower School is our highest-priority major initiative. CDS Lower School, for grades Pre-K/5, will have new classrooms - designed with our teachers - to reflect our vision and best practices for inquiry-based learning. At the heart of campus, we will have a new Information Commons & Library, integrating knowledge and technology throughout the learning experience. This enhancement to our campus will further the faculty's ability to offer the innovative and creative learning experience synonymous with Carolina Day. At the same time, CDS is undertaking a strategic planning process to chart our course over the next ten years. It's an exciting time, one of tremendous momentum and clear vision! Tom orecK Board of Trustees Father of Carly '19, Max '20, and Sadie '23

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