This one-story structure of buff-colored brick matches the color of the nearby sandstone “mushrooms,” as the curious natural stone formations are called. The classrooms are clustered around a central skylit library. The school's low profile is dramatized by a free-standing bell tower.
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Woodmen-Roberts Elementary School
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