America’s principals build a new playground at Inglewood Elementary
If there was ever any doubt that school principals stick together and support each other, take this as proof.
This morning at Inglewood Elementary School, more than 100 principals from across the country worked in the heat to build a brand new playground for students to enjoy. They are here with the National Association of Elementary School Principals and came together for a day of service at Inglewood.
The playground is from Landscape Structures and includes their very cool looking “ZipKrooz” device. Think of it like a kid-friendly zip line like in this video here.
Thanks to the NAESP, Landscape Structures and the principals for helping to support our students and their physical activity!
Posted on July 9, 2014, in Community Partners, Educators, Schools and tagged community partners, educators, elementary schools, landscape structures, NAESP, playground, recess, schools. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.