A school solar pavilion is a photovoltaic-enhanced shade structure designed to inspire students as well as the community; it can also function as an outdoor classroom. Our school solar pavilions are designed as innovative centers for schools. Our team is collaborating with the Alhambra Elementary School District (AESD) and the community in order to inspire students to make positive change, create a more sustainable community, and allow the community to have access to photovoltaic technology.
Schools are urgently navigating COVID-19 physical distancing requirements to allow students to return to campus. Our solution is to implement school solar pavilions for safe outdoor learning in a Title I school district in Phoenix, Arizona. This is our way to re-imagine schools in order to reopen safely and equitably (Green Schoolyards America, 2020).
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Jawed Nur attends Bioscience High School and is an alumni of Barcelona Middle School
Andrea Estrada attends Apollo High School and is an alumni of Sevilla West Middle School
Alyssa Cortez attends Bio Science High School and is an alumni of Barcelona Middle School
Diego Ruiz attends Metro Tech High School and is an alumni at Barcelona Middle School
Luis Fregoso attends Glenview College Preparatory High School and is an alumni of Barcelona Middle School