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YOU'RE INVITED!

2022 Awards of Excellence
So Cal Exhibition and Awards Party Wednesday, May 25, 2022
4:30 – 7:00 pm

Location: The Boardwalk
18575 Jamboree Road, Irvine, CA 92612

Ceremony Schedule
4:30 PM Social Mixer and Gallery Viewing
5:30 PM Awards Ceremony
6:30 PM Social Mixer and Gallery Viewing

Food and libations provided.

Free to attend, please RSVP
Event Sponsor: $250 | Drink Sponsor: $500 (Only 5 available)

Thank You to Our Sponsor
Frontrow


Design Lessons from Teachers 2.0

May 10, 2022
12:00 PM PST

Few professions were upended by the past two years as much as teachers. After immediate school shutdowns and social distancing, educators grappled with enduring inequities in technology and glaring learning gaps.

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CANCELLED: Trauma-Informed Design: Resilience and Healing

Trauma-Informed Design

June 14, 2022
12:00 PM PST

Educational challenges and the amplified exposure to systemic inequities wrought by the global pandemic are having wide-ranging effects on students and educators everywhere—particularly those who have, or are, experiencing trauma.

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Let’s Talk Trash About Trash

April 20, 2022
11:00 AM PST

Industry Statistics/Trends: The volume of clothing Americans throw away each year has doubled in the last 20 years from 7 million to 14 million tons.

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Using ESSER Funding to Redesign Learning Spaces

School Specialty April 12, 2022
12:00 PM PST
Group: Designing for Mental & Emotional Health

Since March 2020, federal lawmakers have passed three COVID-19 stimulus bills that together provide more than $190 billion in emergency relief funding for K-12 schools. The U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) has created the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund to distribute this money to schools. Spending on learning environments is allowable under at least four specific use cases for ESSER funding, as outlined by federal officials.
White Paper: ESSER Funding »

Speaker:
Sue Ann Highland, PhD, National Education Strategist, School Specialty


Top Golf Mixer

March 23, 2022
4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
TopGolf Mixer Please join our A4LE Chapter for great company, good atmosphere and a chance to show us your best golf swing!

All-Inclusive Food, Drinks, Games

Top Golf Ontario
1050 N Archibald Ave
Ontario, CA 91764

Members / Non-Members: $45 | School Districts: Free
Sponsorships: $250

Huge thank you to our sponsors!
DLR Group EricksonHall Koury p2s
Shaw Industries Vital Inspection Services


Virtual Webinar

March 9, 2022
11:00 – 12:30 PM
March Leadership Summit
March Leadership Summit
Plan, Deliver & Lead in the Midst of MADNESS

All Star Line-Up
Dr. Gordon Amerson, Superintendent, Duarte USD

Michael Roe, Executive Director of Leadership, Innovation & Outreach, Riverside County Office of Education

Marco Eacrett, Managing Principal, SGH Architects

Edith Florence, Director, Facilities, Planning & Construction, Norwalk-La Miranda USD

Members / School Faculty: FREE | Non-Members: $30


Active Construction Site Tour

Thursday, September 23, 2021
2:00 – 4:00 pm

Los Alamitos High School
3591 W Cerritos Ave
Los Alamitos, CA 90720

Los Alamitos High School Los Alamitos High School Los Alamitos High School

Join the Southern California Chapter as we tour a 3 story 83,000 sq. ft. STEM building at Los Alamitos High School. This site includes science classrooms, chemistry labs, prep rooms, classrooms, and computer and robotic labs. This project is being constructed utilizing the Lease-Lease Back project delivery. Hear from the contractor, architect and owner on how early collaboration has paved the way for a successful project.

Refreshments will be provided during the tour; Happy Hour to follow at nearby location.

Site Tour: $40.00

Westgroup Designs Innovation Sponsors
ConAm Building Co.
Erickson Hall


Cohort Information Session

Wednesday, August 11, 2021
10:00 – 11:00 am

A4LE’s Southern California Chapter is launching a cohort program in order to engage a broad range of members and non-members alike. These cohort groups are subject-matter focused and will provide a monthly forum for discussions, presentations, and exchange of ideas in an intimate, small-group setting. The goals for this program include:
  • Bring value to members and non-members by providing regular, timely content relevant to their needs.
  • Provide an additional, regular forum for our membership to engage and contribute in a meaningful way.
  • Offer an additional professional development opportunity.

Looking for a way to connect meaningfully with industry colleagues? Seeking avenues for professional development in the school facilities realm? Then A4LE’s Southern California Chapter Cohort Groups are for you!

Join us for a virtual information session on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, 10:00 – 11:00 am to learn more about the program, and how you can participate.

The cohort groups include:
  • Designing for Mental & Emotional Health. This group will explore improving student wellness through design, and how a healthy environment can assist in educators’ goal of educating the whole person, and more.
    ~ Cohort Group Leader: Tonya Giebel, Corgan

  • Re-Imagining and Re-Purposing: Folding Future Education into Existing Envelopes. Through hybrid learning options and economic fluctuation, we are faced with two challenges side-by-side: school enrollment unknowns and vacant buildings. Many of these buildings exist on school campuses, but the demise of the shopping mall and many other abandoned historical community strongholds has provided school districts an additional opportunity to build brand new learning environments…again. The goal is to juxtapose innovative educational environments with existing spaces to formulate beneficial solutions by solving two issues with one "stone.”
    ~ Cohort Group Leader: Khary Knowles, DLR Group

  • Sustainability (Re)defined for Healthy Campuses. Learn more about creating and maintaining healthy spaces and the effect on occupants (students, teachers, admin staff), and making sense of sustainable products, processes and the impacts on human health and the school environment.
    ~ Cohort Group Leader: Sue Ewing, Patcraft

This event will be conducted virtually. The link to join will be sent out on August 10th in the afternoon.


YOU'RE INVITED!

2021 Awards of Excellence
So Cal Exhibition and Awards Party Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Location: 1800 East McFadden Drive
Santa Ana, CA 92673

Ceremony Schedule
5:00 PM Social Mixer and Gallery Viewing
6:00 PM Awards Ceremony
7:00 PM Social Mixer and Gallery Viewing

Food and libations provided.


So Cal Spring Event

Chapter Event – Two Parts

PART ONE: April 20, 2021
3:30 – 5:00 pm

PART TWO: May 4, 2021
3:30 – 5:00 pm

Northern California / Nevada and Southern California Chapters present:
A Virtual Wake-Up Call
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Members: FREE | Non-members: $20
Sponsorship: $250

COVID-19 has magnified the inequities in our schools and challenged us to fit the square peg of traditional teaching modes into the round hole of remote learning, hybrid classrooms, and social distancing.

Come interact and share with innovative education leaders in California and across the U.S. who are stepping up to the challenge: to identify and use positive lessons of 2020-21 that cast a new light on the question: “just what are our schools good for, anyway?”

Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand how schools serving a variety of age and socio-economic groups have positioned themselves to thrive in spite of the Pandemic
  2. Build your own toolkit of strategies through Interaction with peers to explore the future form of the resilient educational environment
  3. See how a building a community and personalizing the learning experience through virtual and in-person techniques will enhance learning beyond the status quo
  4. Explore how school design may change to accommodate the new learning experience

Speakers:
  • John Miller, Teacher, King City Public Schools
  • Dr. Joanne Culverhouse, Superintendent, La Habra City SD
  • Michelle Barlow, Facilities Director, Claremont McKenna College
  • Dr. Gordon Amerson, Superintendent, Duarte Unified SD
  • Dr. Lee Heffernan, Literacy Teacher, MCCSC
  • David Miyashiro, Superintendent, Cajon Valley USD
  • Bruce Duncan, Director of Innovation, Burlingame SD
  • Jessica Morgan, Executive Director, Bullis Charter
  • Chris McNutt, Educator, Global Impact STEM Academy
  • Janet Kliegl, Educational Planner, CFW

Thank you to our Sponsors!
Baker-Nowicki Erickson Hall Little NAC


Design Showcase

Design Excellence
Virtual Workshop

February 17, 2021
11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Members: $10 | Non-members: $20
School District & Higher Education Faculty: FREE
Earn LU Credits

Registration closes February 16, 2021 at 2:00 pm Pacific

K-12 Merit & Honor Award

Merit Award Recipient
NAC Architecture
Wonderful College Prep Academy

Honor Award Recipient
Architecture for Education
Rio del Sol School


Virtual Showcase

Virtual Showcase

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Members: $10 | Non-members: $20
School District & University Participants: FREE

Registration closes January 19, 2020 at 2:00 pm Pacific

Higher Education Honor & Merit Award

Honor Award Recipient
HMC Architects
Golden West College
Math & Science Building

Merit Award Recipient
DLR Group
Mt. San Jacinto College
Math & Science Building


Virtual Tour: Environmental Nature Center (ENC)

ENC RESCHEDULED TO November 19, 2020
11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Members & non-members: $20

ENC
Located in Newport Beach, ENC is the community's first nature based preschool, with a mission of providing quality early childhood education through hands-on experience with nature. The 10,380-square-foot facility delivers nature-based education to children ages 2-1/2 to 5 daily, engages parents in active learning, serves as a model nature preschool and provides a research forum on early childhood and environmental education. The ENC Nature Preschool has been awarded Platinum LEED (Leadership in energy and Environmental Design) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.


2020 Awards of Excellence

Santa Ana Tuesday, September 29, 2020
4:30 – 6:30 pm

Join us for our online awards presentation. Please register! Winners will be revealed online!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Virtual Zoom Tour: CTE – The State of the Art

Join Southern California for a zoom tour of Edward James Olmos School of Film and Cinematic Arts Santa Ana High School and E-Sports Gaming Lab Century High School.

Santa Ana Wednesday, July 29, 2020
11 am to 12 pm

Members and public sector: free
Private sector and non-members: $10

Register in advance for this webinar.

Santa Ana

Thank you to our Sponsors:
BakerNowicki DLR Group Erickson Hall Extron JKAE NAC


Webinar: Part 3 "The Plan"

Instructions for the webinar will be sent directly to registered attendees on Tuesday, July 14, 2020.

Join Southern California and Northern California Chapters in part 3 of our 3 part series, as we hear from expert panelists discuss the needs, impact, and effects of distance learning and it's interface with the learning environment.

Distance learning
Distance Learning: A paradigm shift in student experience…and the future of learning environments
July 15, 2020
11 am to 12:15 pm

AIA Credit Documentation and Learning Objectives

Members and public sector: free
Private sector non-members: $10

Register in advance for this webinar.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Presentation Format:
Webinar with audience Q&A participation

Presenters:
The moderator and panel members will be available soon.

Webinar Focus:
Distance learning and virtual reality learning platforms are becoming the go-to learning content delivery system. With so much emphasis on e-learning, learning in place, and anytime, anyplace, anywhere teaching and learning methodologies, what is the future for the built environment? Will bricks and mortar facilities still be relevant? How will schools and other learning environments be affected by this growing development for distance learning?

Presentation Description:
For centuries – and that’s a long time, the association with teaching and learning and the built environment have been a packaged unit. Students attend a brick and mortar facility, teachers deliver content in a prescribed face-to-face method, engagement of school community and activities take place within the built environment and we know how to function.

Over time, distance learning has been introduced into the instructional platform. Teachers and students engage in sharing information and content in a two-dimensional reality via a distance learning platform. Some instruction and engagement take place within a tangible structure while other elements of the teaching and learning process are delivered virtually. This has been a norm for the industry for decades. Yet, we are now face with a new reality of what our future make be in terms of buildings, community hangout, and overall, the effect and impact that the immediate need for distance learning is having and will continue to have with respect to migrating back to a structured environment.

This webinar will be the beginning discussion in a series directed at the overall needs, impact, and effects of distance learning and its interface with the built environment. Our panel members will provide multiple perspectives and insight from the:
  • Instructional elements at both primary and secondary levels
  • Challenges at the site levels from site administrators
  • IT perspectives on delivery as well as security, resources, access, and responsiveness

Learning Objectives:
This webinar will address many areas related to distance learning and our educational learning facilities. The focus outcomes are directed at answering these questions:
  1. What are the known immediate challenges of delivering content via virtual learning
  2. What is the future of the built environment for classrooms and other learning environments?
  3. How will communities be affected by the single delivery method and non-human interaction – how will all learners receive a genuine educational experience?
  4. How can school districts and community resources still be relevant in the overall educational experience?

Thank you to our Sponsors:
DLR Group Erickson Hall Extron JKAE NAC


Webinar: Part 2 "The Impact"

Join Southern California and Northern California Chapters in part 2 of our 3 part series, as we hear from expert panelists discuss the needs, impact, and effects of distance learning and it's interface with the learning environment.

Distance learning
Distance Learning: A paradigm shift in student experience…and the future of learning environments
June 3, 2020
11 am to 12:15 pm

AIA Credit Documentation and Learning Objectives

Members and public sector: free
Private sector non-members: $10

Presentation Format:
Webinar with audience Q&A participation

Presenters:
Moderator – David Miranda, Executive Director Facilities Planning & Development, Long Beach Unified School District
Panel Members:
Dan Blake, Director of Innovation & Partnerships, Sonoma County Office of Education
Dr. Tiffany Campbell, Assistant Superintendent Equity & Secondary Schools, San Marcos Unified School District
Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, Gilroy Unified School District

Webinar Focus:
Distance learning and virtual reality learning platforms are becoming the go-to learning content delivery system. With so much emphasis on e-learning, learning in place, and anytime, anyplace, anywhere teaching and learning methodologies, what is the future for the built environment? Will bricks and mortar facilities still be relevant? How will schools and other learning environments be affected by this growing development for distance learning?

Presentation Description:
For centuries – and that’s a long time, the association with teaching and learning and the built environment have been a packaged unit. Students attend a brick and mortar facility, teachers deliver content in a prescribed face-to-face method, engagement of school community and activities take place within the built environment and we know how to function.

Over time, distance learning has been introduced into the instructional platform. Teachers and students engage in sharing information and content in a two-dimensional reality via a distance learning platform. Some instruction and engagement take place within a tangible structure while other elements of the teaching and learning process are delivered virtually. This has been a norm for the industry for decades. Yet, we are now face with a new reality of what our future make be in terms of buildings, community hangout, and overall, the effect and impact that the immediate need for distance learning is having and will continue to have with respect to migrating back to a structured environment.

This webinar will be the beginning discussion in a series directed at the overall needs, impact, and effects of distance learning and its interface with the built environment. Our panel members will provide multiple perspectives and insight from the:
  • Instructional elements at both primary and secondary levels
  • Challenges at the site levels from site administrators
  • IT perspectives on delivery as well as security, resources, access, and responsiveness

Learning Objectives:
This webinar will address many areas related to distance learning and our educational learning facilities. The focus outcomes are directed at answering these questions:
  1. What are the known immediate challenges of delivering content via virtual learning
  2. What is the future of the built environment for classrooms and other learning environments?
  3. How will communities be affected by the single delivery method and non-human interaction – how will all learners receive a genuine educational experience?
  4. How can school districts and community resources still be relevant in the overall educational experience?

Thank you to our Sponsors:
DLR Group Erickson Hall Extron JKAE NAC


Webinar: Part 1

Join Southern California and Northern California Chapters in part 1 of our 3 part series, as we hear from expert panelists discuss the needs, impact, and effects of distance learning and it's interface with the learning environment.

Distance learning
Distance Learning: A paradigm shift in student experience…and the future of learning environments
April 29, 2020
11 am to 12:15 pm

AIA Credit Documentation and Learning Objectives

Members and public sector: free
Private sector non-members: $10

Presentation Format:
Webinar with audience Q&A participation

Presenters:
Moderator – Scott Hammond, A4LE SoCal Chapter President
Panel Members:
Dr. Kimberly Huesing, Assistant Superintendent of Education Services, Menifee Union SD
Dr. Daniel Allen, Assistant Superintendent K12 Teaching & Learning, Santa Ana USD
Dr. Tiffany Campbell, Assistant Superintendent Equity & Secondary Schools, San Marcos USD
Rolland Kornblau, Director of Information Technology, El Rancho USD
Paul Nadeau, Director of Facilities, Gilroy USD

Webinar Focus:
Distance learning and virtual reality learning platforms are becoming the go-to learning content delivery system. With so much emphasis on e-learning, learning in place, and anytime, anyplace, anywhere teaching and learning methodologies, what is the future for the built environment? Will bricks and mortar facilities still be relevant? How will schools and other learning environments be affected by this growing development for distance learning?

Presentation Description:
For centuries – and that’s a long time, the association with teaching and learning and the built environment have been a packaged unit. Students attend a brick and mortar facility, teachers deliver content in a prescribed face-to-face method, engagement of school community and activities take place within the built environment and we know how to function.

Over time, distance learning has been introduced into the instructional platform. Teachers and students engage in sharing information and content in a two-dimensional reality via a distance learning platform. Some instruction and engagement take place within a tangible structure while other elements of the teaching and learning process are delivered virtually. This has been a norm for the industry for decades. Yet, we are now face with a new reality of what our future make be in terms of buildings, community hangout, and overall, the effect and impact that the immediate need for distance learning is having and will continue to have with respect to migrating back to a structured environment.

This webinar will be the beginning discussion in a series directed at the overall needs, impact, and effects of distance learning and its interface with the built environment. Our panel members will provide multiple perspectives and insight from the:
  • Instructional elements at both primary and secondary levels
  • Challenges at the site levels from site administrators
  • IT perspectives on delivery as well as security, resources, access, and responsiveness

Learning Objectives:
This webinar will address many areas related to distance learning and our educational learning facilities. The focus outcomes are directed at answering these questions:
  1. What are the known immediate challenges of delivering content via virtual learning
  2. What is the future of the built environment for classrooms and other learning environments?
  3. How will communities be affected by the single delivery method and non-human interaction – how will all learners receive a genuine educational experience?
  4. How can school districts and community resources still be relevant in the overall educational experience?

Thank you to our Sponsors:
DLR Group Erickson Hall Extron JKAE NAC


A4LE Adventour!

The tour is cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later time.

March 2020 Tours Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Join the So Cal Chapter as we tour two schools in North San Diego County.

1:30 pm – Palomar College M&O Building
3:00 pm – San Marcos High School
5:00 pm – Happy Hour

Cost:
Members: $15
Non-Members: $25
No charge for district attendees

Sponsored by:
Colbi DLR Group Erickson Hall Extron NAC


Ring in the New Year Mixer

Ring in 2020 Wednesday, January 15, 2020
4:00 – 8:00 pm
1800 E. McFadden Drive
Santa Ana, CA 92705

Networking mixer with industry professionals
Hear about upcoming chapter events
Libations and hors d'oeuvres will be served

Free to attend, please RSVP

Sponsored by:
DLR Group Erickson Hall KYA


Chapter Tour

Thursday, September 12, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

UC Irvine

UC Irvine Learning Environments Tour
Come join the SoCal Chapter as we explore state of the art facilities at UCI.
  • Tour the Anteater Learning Pavilion and CE Building
  • Guided by campus architect and Assistant Vice Chancellor Brian Pratt
  • Learn about upcoming projects and the design-build process
  • Deeper dive discussion of the tour with various stakeholders
  • Lunch included!

Member: $15 | Non-Member $25 | Public sector attendees are free


Early Childhood Education Workshop

June 6-7, 2019

Early Childhood Education Symposium

Building for Better Minds
Click here for more information.


So Cal Exhibition and Awards Party

Exhibition and Awards Party

May 30, 2019
A+D Museum
900 E. 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013

It's Our Second Year!
Join us at the second Southern California Chapter Awards Ceremony.

5:30 PM Awards Party
6:30 PM Awards Ceremony


School Safety Roundtable Workshop

Emphasizing School Community

WHAT A roundtable workshop bringing together school administrators, educators, parents, and students from a variety of communities to gather input on school safety. The workshop follows the AIA LA Designing Safer Schools discussion from August 23.
WHO Santa Monica Malibu USD administrators will start the workshop with a presentation about the district’s new security pilot projects. Moderators will include AIA Los Angeles, the Association for Learning Environments, and local architecture firms.
WHY Input from the workshop will guide recommendations on school safety, showing how school environments for contemporary education can be developed to reduce the incidence of crime and daily threats. These recommendations will be submitted to the AIA at the national level and to governmental organizations to guide future policy.

Table topics for breakout groups:

  • Steps to prevent and to prepare for both daily threats and emergencies.
  • Measures both to increase the perception of safety and to make the physical environment safer.
  • How would a trauma informed school improve safety?
  • What physical and cultural shifts are needed to make a school welcoming yet safer?
  • How do we manage the check-in and pick up challenge?
  • What can you imagine doing (physical and programmatic) that engages all community members?

WHEN
March 5, 2019

4:00 – 6:00 pm
Pizza dinner courtesy of Erickson Hall and Vanir at 6:00 pm to continue the conversations and wait out traffic.

WHERE
John Adams Middle School
2425 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA

For an invitation once the date is set, sign up now or send your email to Mariana Lavezzo at [email protected].

AIA Los Angeles A4LE Southern California Chapter Berliner Architects
DLR Group NAC Architecture Vantage


Chapter Design Tour

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
12:30 – 3:00 pm
Irvine USD: Portola High School
1001 Cadence, Irvine, CA 92618

The Southern California Chapter invites you to a Design Tour of a Dynamic Learning Environment demonstrating Innovative & Collaborative Spaces.

Portola Portola

12:30 – 1:15 pm Lunch
1:15 – 3:00 pm Tour & Presentation

Cost: $10 (includes lunch)
Please RSVP to Tina Frank at [email protected] by October 3, 2018.

Irvine USD HMC Architects C.W. Driver


Chapter Event

Thursday, September 13, 2018
5:30-7:30 pm
201 Continental Blvd., Suite 120
El Segundo, CA 90245

The Latest and Greatest in K12 Technology
Join us for another Southern California Chapter event focused on technology presented by Vantage Technology.

Tech

Cost: Free
Please RSVP to Tina Frank at [email protected] by August 31, 2018.


Exhibition and Awards Party

May 24, 2018
A+D Museum
900 E. 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013

It's Our First Year, and We're Excited

5:30 PM Mingling
6:00 – 6:30 PM Awards
6:45 – 8:30 PM Food and Drinks

So Cal Exhibition and Awards Party


Chapter Meeting

Thursday, February 15, 2018
5:30 – 7:00 pm
NAC Architecture
837 N. Spring Street, 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Join the Southern California Chapter in welcoming the Australasia Chapter as they share: The Evolution of Change – The Influence of Knowledge Sharing.

Evolution


Del Lago Campus of Applied Science Tour & Drinks

Thursday, January 18, 2018
3:30 pm
1740 Scenic Trail Way, Escondido, CA 92029

This magnet campus combines the community-selected pathways of biotechnology and medical science with work-based learning. Earning a Del Lago Academy diploma will mean a student scholar, innovator, and world citizen is college AND career ready. The campus combines environmentally sensitive design with sustainable features and progressive, collaborative learning environments.

Del Lago Del Lago QRC Code

C.A.S.H. Mixer to follow event at 5pm on the Mazzanine of Stone Brewery: 1999 Citracado Parkway, Escondido

RSVP to [email protected]

Sponsored by Baker Nowicki Design Studio
Baker Nowicki


OC School for the Arts & Samueli Academy Tours in Orange County

October 20, 2017
12-3:45 pm

Transportation: We have a bus to charter attendees to the tour. The bus will be picking up the attendees at The Duke Hotel Newport Beach (formerly the Fairmont), located at 4500 MacArthur Blvd in Newport Beach, CA 92660 where the CASH Fall Conference is being held.

OC School

Cost: $10 per person

Tour Agenda
12:00 pm Pickup at The Duke Hotel Newport Beach
12:30-1:30 pm    OC School for the Arts Tour
2:00-3:00 pm Samueli Academy Tour
3:45 pm Return to The Duke Hotel Newport Beach

A box lunch will be provided to all attendees.

Sponsored by Tandus Flooring


John Adams Middle School Tour & Drinks

September 20, 2017
4–5 pm
2425 16th St., Santa Monica, CA 90405

Join us for the first Southern California Chapter event with the USGBC LA Green School Committee: the John Adams Middle School (JAMS) Tour and Drinks in Santa Monica.

John Adams MS

After the tour, skip the traffic and grab a drink with us around the corner. The first drink is on us! Please RSVP to Tina Frank at [email protected].

Parking at the adjacent Will Rogers Learning Community.

Sponsored by Erickson Hall, RMA Group, NAC Architecture, and USGBC LA Green School Committee.

Southern California chapter's first event was a great success with over 30 people in attendance!

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