The LISD Center for a Sustainable Future is a 75 acre campus comprised of crop fields, hardwood forest and wetlands. The site is home to two structures, a maintenance/storage building and a greenhouse, which were constructed in 2001. The campus is also home to a new, 8,600 square foot, state-of-the-art, net-zero energy classroom building, which was completed in June, 2013.
The LISD Center for a Sustainable Future campus will be a state-of-the art educational campus that embodies environmental sustainability. The campus will offer hands-on learning experiences in agri-science, biology, alternative energy, and strategies to reduce reliance on non-renewable resources.
The LISD Center for a Sustainable Future has benefited from the following donors:
In March, 2011, the LISD Board of Education approved the campus master plan and feasibility study. In the summer of 2011, the LISD commissioned the services of the Collaborative, Inc., a Toledo architectural and engineering firm to design the new school building. In the spring of 2012, the Board of Education approved the design and authorized the letting of bids for construction. Bids were accepted and contracts authorized in June, 2012. In August of 2013, construction began on the new school building. Construction continued through June, 2013, when a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the site.