Following The Impact: Sebastian Charter Junior High School
Fully Equipped And Ready To Learn
Austin Martin takes his make-up test in the hallway due to a lack of classroom space
When you walk through the front doors at Sebastian Charter Junior High School, you immediately notice the cramped hallways and front offices jammed top to bottom with shelves overflowing with books and materials. Take a closer look in the classrooms and you will see students learning math or English while other students filter in during class to check out books from the “library,” which resides in the corners of three different classrooms. Stick around after lunch and you’ll see the lunchroom transformed from eatery into math class. The Exceptional & Special Education room has more than four uses.
Read the entire article in the December 2012 issue