SCB principal will take part in school safety panel

Kevin Cheek, Assoc AIA, A4LE Educational Planner, will be part of a panel at the KSBA Summer Leadership Institute discussing School Facilities Safety. The session, which includes a 90-minute panel discussion, is on Saturday July 14 at 1:15 at the Marriott Griffin Gate, Salon C. The panel will be open for questions focused on:
  1. How do you balance budget concerns and safety concerns?
  2. What’s more effective, a new building or upgrades to an existing building?
  3. What are the most common misconceptions about facilities and school safety?
  4. What are the questions board members should be asking? Should we be talking to KCSS, architects, facilities directors?
  5. What is the role board members should take in addressing school safety and facilities?
  6. What do you say to community members who call asking about school safety/facilities concerns?
  7. What are no or low-cost changes schools can make?
  8. What doesn’t work or isn’t cost-effective in changing school safety?

Kevin joined Sherman Carter Barnhart in 1996. A Principal of the firm’s Education Studio, Kevin focuses exclusively on the design of  K-12 education facilities.  Kevin is a A4LE Educational Planner, and his practice reflects his commitment and dedication to designing Student and Teacher Centered® schools with an emphasis in school safety. He utilizes his planning and programming expertise to design over $150 million of schools a year.

Kevin has a clear and concise understanding of the state building code and accessibility compliance as well as technical accuracy. He is a certified Construction Documents Technologist from the Construction Specifications Institute and holds certifications from the International Code Council in Building Plans Examination, ADA, and Accessibility.


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Warren County Schools broke ground a few weeks ago on Kentucky's first 21E school - Cumberland Trace Elementary. The new Cumberland Trace will feature 21st Century Education and Energy (aka 21E) design solutions. As a Zero Energy Emerging school, Cumberland Trace includes a 50 kw alternative renewable energy source. As a 21st Century Student & Teacher Centered School, Cumberland Trace provides Integrated & Differential Learning opportunities with extended learning spaces, maker spaces, flexible classrooms, and a monumental collaboration stairway!

This pioneer in 21E schools is scheduled to open in August 2021. We can't wait to see the reaction from students, teachers, staff and the community!
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Warren County Schools broke ground a few weeks ago on Kentuckys first 21E school - Cumberland Trace Elementary. The new Cumberland Trace will feature 21st Century Education and Energy (aka 21E) design  solutions. As a Zero Energy Emerging school, Cumberland Trace includes a 50 kw alternative renewable energy source. As a 21st Century Student & Teacher Centered School, Cumberland Trace provides Integrated & Differential Learning opportunities with extended learning spaces, maker spaces, flexible classrooms, and a monumental collaboration stairway!  This pioneer in 21E schools is scheduled to open in August 2021.  We cant wait to see the reaction from students, teachers, staff and the community!

 

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Wow these schools are amazing these days! Ours were concrete, tile and paint. They have come a long way!

Beautiful I'm excited!!!

Michael loved Sherman Carter’s Barnhart Architects.... I’m sure he is over seeing this new venture.

Wow, just Wow!

Excited for all the children & staff- I know you will do an excellent job. Happy for your opportunity to design such a building.

It’s a beautiful place for extraordinary learning to take place!

Beautiful! I hope Warren Elementary is next!

Beautiful design. Sure beats the trailers that were used when I attended CTE.

I love how all these other schools get new buildings and such but north warren in smiths grove has been the same for 20 years

at least 200 students in the last few years, with apartments & homes going up all the time. We can't handle many more. Some of us are working out of trailer.

It’s going to be such a great school! Bowling Green/Warren County has some of the best educators already teaching in our schools and this new school will change the way children there learn. Times have changed... how great it is for Bowling Green to change too.

Very nice!

Beautiful!!!!

CTE was built in 69 or 67. We've have teachers in closets. We've added

What is the difference between this school and the zero energy at Richardsville Elem?

Sheila Green Hocker. We are so EXCITED!!!

Wow

We need to be building more City High School and City Middle School this is just wasting money cuz we only have one middle School and it's over packed

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Jenny Pierce Chad Pierce Sweets is getting the MAC Daddy of a School!!! Wooo hooo!!!

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Stop by Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects booth at this years 2019 KSBA Summer Leadership Institute Conference ( #KSBAsummer19 ) at the Marriott Griffin Gate Friday and Saturday.  We love seeing our clients and meeting new districts! So please stop by our booth (#5), say Hello and sign up to win an Amazon gift card!

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