Students at Liberty’s new EPiC elementary school will be able to work at their own speeds or in collaboration with other students near and far. Touring the school’s “Huddle Space” recently were (from left) Superintendent Jeremy Tucker, Principal Michelle Schmitz and Kevin Nelson, an associate with Hollis + Miller Architects.
Students at Liberty’s new EPiC elementary school will be able to work at their own speeds or in collaboration with other students near and far. Touring the school’s “Huddle Space” recently were (from left) Superintendent Jeremy Tucker, Principal Michelle Schmitz and Kevin Nelson, an associate with Hollis + Miller Architects. David Pulliam The Kansas City Star
Students at Liberty’s new EPiC elementary school will be able to work at their own speeds or in collaboration with other students near and far. Touring the school’s “Huddle Space” recently were (from left) Superintendent Jeremy Tucker, Principal Michelle Schmitz and Kevin Nelson, an associate with Hollis + Miller Architects. David Pulliam The Kansas City Star

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