Mahomet Seymour ECC
Creating Safe Enviorments
The $28 million project (in two phases) was funded by the adopted county sales tax revenue. The project includes Pre-Kindergarten through Second-grade levels as well as other renovations throughout the school. Storm shelters were designed throughout the school providing refuge if an intruder is present or severe weather is imminent. These storm shelters were designed as coat rooms and shared by adjoining classrooms, making travel time minimal. Cordogan Clark is currently in construction with Phase II of the building, which replaced an existing facility.
The multi-purpose room contains whimsically colored window nooks at various heights to accommodate both the young and young at heart as spectators for the various activities. Spacious volume allows for freedom of play for all ages while large windows allow for ample natural light to filter in, bringing the outdoors inside.