Waubun-Ogema-White Earth (WOWE) Public School District, located in the northwest corner of the state of Minnesota, thrives on leveraging outdoor spaces to enhance student learning.
As part of that commitment, the district built a new 3,000-square-foot forest classroom facility. The new space allows students and staff to connect with each other, with nature, and with learning and growth in a new and exciting way.
The project also consisted of associated site work for the building construction and the parking lot area. Bridge access to Jesse Lake was included as well.
ICS provided program management services for this exciting addition to the district.
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- 3,000 SF
- September 2023
- $1.7 million
- Program management services
- Jason Splett, Justin Maaninga, Larry Knutson, Nate Hendrickson, Nate Hastings, and Bekah Chapman
- Foss Architecture & Interiors, CMTA, Inc. Northland Consulting Engineers