The Chemistry and physics classroom at Iowa Mennonite School is getting a makeover courtesy of students and staff. The room which has not seen any improvements in nearly 30 years started to undergo renovation earlier this month. Tony Miller, Principal at IMS says that the project entails bringing all of the utilities into the room through the floor, the construction of four student work stations and a teacher center.
Miller says the renovations will make the learning environment better for both the students and teachers. Funds for the project were donated last year.
Demolition in the room began over spring break at IMS with the intent of having the project finished and accessible for students at the beginning of next school year.