Stepping into the sprawling Eden Hall Upper Elementary School is like walking into a huge classroom. The building was…More designed with the curriculum in mind -- murals and color schemes throughout represent the Earth's five biomes.
Opened in 2008, the school serves fourth, fifth and sixth graders from throughout the Pine-Richland School District.
Pine-Richland School District serves more than 4,500 students. Its six schools include Pine-Richland High School…More (grades 9-12), Pine-Richland Middle School (grades 7-8), Eden Hall Upper Elementary School (grades 4-6), Hance Elementary (K-3), Richland Elementary (K-3) and Wexford Elementary (K-3).
The administration building is located behind the high school. In addition to administrative offices, this building houses the DeWitt Blank Conference Room, which is where the Pine-Richland School Board holds its meetings. The conference room is named after a former school board member.