For the past year, the Bexley Board of Education and school leaders have been considering the Cassingham Complex informal spaces -- the cafeteria, hallways and other places where students gather when they are not committed to in-class time -- to make sure they are welcoming and conducive to positive interactions.

For the past year, the Bexley Board of Education and school leaders have been considering the Cassingham Complex informal spaces -- the cafeteria, hallways and other places where students gather when they are not committed to in-class time -- to make sure they are welcoming and conducive to positive interactions.

Continuing to develop with support from the Bexley Education Foundation, the project has included opportunities for community involvement, such as an April session facilitated by DesignGroup + Wonder Team.

On Tuesday, June 28, the design team will share its progress in another meeting, open to the public, at 6 p.m. in the Cassingham Complex Community Room, 326 S. Cassingham Road. Remarks will share how the project's goals have been focused on particular areas within the complex and how the proposed renovations respond to the input provided by students, staff and community during the discovery phase.

The team will update school board members on production of the project's master plan at the board's July 18 meeting in the Cassingham Complex Community Room, starting at 6:30 p.m.

For more information about Bexley's process to envision its informal spaces, contact Amy Thompson, public information coordinator, at 614-352-7461 or KeyCommunicator@BexleySchools.org.