“BY virtue of the
second story built
up on columns,
there’s now an
area that’s massive,” Norvell says.
“Especially these days, wanting to
be in open air as often as we can,
we’re having some learning going
on down there. It’s a very neat
side effect of the design.”
Pictures of students holding
fish and enjoying the estuaries
via kayak decorate the hallways.
The school has a marine science
program and its own dock.
Sawyer added storage units for
kayaks, fishing gear and other
outdoor learning tools.
“Now you can go to the shark
tooth pit at recess,” Violet says.
“Usually you could only go once
every two weeks and so now
The new construction will
enable Wrightsville Beach
Elementary School to weather
any storm that comes its way
with a stronger, more energy-
conscious structure built with
flood resistant walls.
“It will perform well with very
little energy; that’s the big differ-ence
between a building from
the 1950s that had no insulation,”
Principal Norvell is happy to
have his school complete.
“What’s been a dream is now a
reality,” he says.
“My friends really seem
amazed by the school, especially
the new ones here,” she says.
“They were like, ‘Whoa this is
a really nice school.’ I was like,
‘Yeah, its new!’ and they said,
‘Yeah, I can sure see that!’ So, it’s
pretty amazing here.”
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