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|The Dodgeland K-12 School features a design that clearly separates elementary, middle level and high school students with a "school within a school" concept, designed to provide a small school learning environment within the large facility. The site includes new playfields, baseball and softball competition fields, track/football field, elementary play areas, and environmental learning areas. The building includes classroom space, science labs for the middle school and high school students, a greenhouse, technical education spaces, a 3 station gymnasium and associated locker rooms, media centers for the elementary and middle/high school levels, band/vocal and elementary general music, two art classrooms, special education spaces, and associated administrative and support spaces.
One of the unique features of the building is the central performing arts/ multi-purpose/ commons space. Designed with flexibility of use in mind, it features a raised platform for performances and/or presentations, and a raised seating area for improved sightlines. Sound and lighting systems have been designed for various uses, and a movable partition, when closed, will allow for separate events, or one large event when open. This space provides a wonderful community resource. The main office phone number is 920-386-4404
The School prints and delivers a Special News Letter each month to all Dodgeland residents. It's called The Dodgeland Connection. This News Letter keeps everyone informed as to what is happening at the school. If you do not receive your copy, please give the school a call .
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