Students and our science team have been enjoying the new lab for weeks! On Friday, October 19, Linden Christian School hosted an official ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate. Thanks to our Investing in Science Campaign and generous donors, our new lab is fully operational and provides 1500 square feet of fresh new teaching and learning space for our students.
The new lab features peninsula orientation at each lab station, 5 – 55″ screens for viewing animations, computer stands at each station, an interactive white board projector, a fully vented pass through fume hood and more. The reverse osmosis water taps, vented acid and waste storage, chemical storage zone and separate teacher prep area were all carefully planned and brought to functionality in the new space.
Our Science team, LCS Board Chair, Administration, select SY students and representatives from Affinity Architecture and Stratfield Properties were in attendance at the ribbon cutting ceremony. Donors were given tours of the new lab, heard from alumna Sara Wolowich, Principal Robert Charach, Board Chair Ed Wolowich and SY student Annabel B. Guests also enjoyed lunch from Bergmann’s on Lombard after the ceremony.
We are so thankful for the generosity of our community! Linden Christian School is still accepting donations at the Main School Office to resource our new space. Enjoy photos from the event below.
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