Clover Creek Elementary School

case study

Clover Creek Elementary replaced one of Bethel School Districts oldest schools. Because this is a rural school there is no storm system for the runoff water. All water on site is held in the 6 rain gardens where it infiltrates into the ground water system. The rain gardens provide an architectural escape for the students as they can walk through the courtyard and over the large wood plank bridge between wings of the school.


Clover Creek Elementary School was a Design – Bid – Build project. The project had a very tight phased schedule since the older school was demolished over the summer. All the students were transferred to a nearby school for the 2011-2012 school years. Jody Miller Construction worked with the owner, and architect during construction to make sure all milestones were reached so the school could open on time for the kids.