A Pathway to High Performance Schools for Every Community
Schools are the center of any community. Whether you are building a new school, renovating an existing school, or tackling that low-hanging fruit project, facility improvements have numerous benefits to students, staff, and other community members. NEEP, the New Hampshire Department of Education, and NH Saves are partnering for the 2017 New Hampshire Schools Summit to educate stakeholders about the importance of including high performance attributes in the school environment.
Schools built to a high performance standard focus on improved indoor air quality, natural lighting, and ongoing operations and maintenance. These features lead to better learning outcomes, improved occupant health, and financial savings for school districts. From funding to emerging technologies, the 2017 New Hampshire Schools Summit will dive into the many topical areas that can turn a high performance school a reality for your community.
On October 20, 2017 at Inter-Lakes School District, join school business officials, facility managers, architects, engineers, and others for an informative day focused on strategies for the development of a high performance school project in your community.