Jennings Creek Elementary School

Warren County Board of Education | Bowling Green, Kentucky

Located within a campus shared with the existing Henry Moss Middle School, Jennings Creek Elementary will encourage Integrated Learning, between the two facilities and promote a P-8 campus

Kentucky’s Next Net Zero Energy School



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Kentucky’s Next Net Zero Energy School

Jennings Creek Elementary is the latest new elementary school facility in the Warren County School District.  Following the energy reducing design strategies implemented throughout the district, Jennings Creek Elementary includes a site-produced alternative renewable energy source (solar) to achieve net zero energy status.

Located within a campus shared with the existing Henry Moss Middle School, Jennings Creek Elementary will encourage Integrated Learning, between the two facilities and promote a P-8 campus. While the buildings are separate, an outdoor pathway and supervised corridor, enable staff and students to utilize the Cafetorium with a stage, Cluster/Group Study Areas, and the Monumental Learning/Collaboration Stair. During night time productions, the classroom wings are able to be secured while allowing use of the Collaboration Areas.

Housed within the Media Center are “Maker Spaces” that encourage student group meetings and promote collaborative thinking. At the Center of the Media Center is a Media Hub, allowing students to utilize computer workstations within the supervised environment of the Media Center.

Green kitchen strategies eliminate deep fryers and tilting skillets to reduce energy, also supporting the district-wide initiative to provide healthier lunches for the students.

Jennings Creek Elementary is designed to operate at less than 20 EUI/SF/YR creating an average savings of over $165,000 a year in energy costs.

 

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Congrats to Vivian Perry, the deputy executive director of the Kingston Housing Authority, for winning the Sherman Carter Barnhart Amazon card at the SERC-NAHRO Annual Conference!

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The Collaborative Learning Center project, a central part of that campaign, has ignited a passion for creating new collaborations on campus. The building offers design and spaces where 21st Century Education principles can thrive.

The more than 50,000-square-foot building will house the Howard and Beverly Dayton School of Business and the School of Science, Health & Mathematics. The facility will include labs and classrooms, conference rooms, a sales training center, an entrepreneurial group work room, faculty offices, an atrium and auditorium and more.

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