The Texas Association of School Administrators and Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) have announced that Annetta Elementary School will be among 55 projects included in the 2022-23 Exhibit of School Architecture.
This exhibit of new and renovated Texas school facilities includes projects from 36 school districts and two colleges that were submitted by 16 architectural firms. Annetta Elementary School was designed by PBK Architects.
Eligible projects are newly constructed or renovated public education facilities completed in the past five years and not previously submitted in this annual exhibit.
The Exhibit of School Architecture awards are given at the discretion of a 12-member jury, which includes four school board members, four school administrators, and four members from the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) Southern Region. The juried exhibit awarded Stars of Distinction for Excellence to 34 projects in one or more of the following six areas: design, value, innovation, community, planning, and school transformation.
The Annetta campus was recognized under the “innovation” category.
Other school districts recognized included Abilene ISD, Alamo Heights ISD, Alamo Heights ISD, Aledo ISD, Amarillo ISD, Arlington ISD, Austin Community College, Austin ISD, Austin ISD, Austin ISD, Austin ISD, Barbers Hill ISD, Bay City ISD, Birdville ISD, Blue Ridge ISD, Brazosport ISD, Burleson ISD, Caldwell ISD, Collin College/Allen ISD, Comal ISD, Conroe ISD, Dallas ISD, Dallas ISD, Decatur ISD, Denton ISD, Dripping Springs ISD, Eustace ISD, Fort Worth ISD, Fort Worth ISD, Fort Worth ISD, Friona ISD, Gatesville ISD, Goose Creek CISD, Hillsboro ISD, Humble ISD, Hutto ISD, Hutto ISD, Katy ISD, Keller ISD, La Grange ISD, Lubbock ISD, Lubbock-Cooper ISD, Mansfield ISD, Melissa ISD, Mesquite ISD, Richardson ISD, Round Rock ISD, San Antonio ISD, San Marcos CISD, Spring Branch ISD, Spring Branch ISD, Spring ISD, Tyler ISD, and Tyler ISD.
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