Spartanburg (SC) Day School has opened its 11,000-sq.ft. new dining commons, which is designed to serve as a hub for student interaction and will allow onsite food preparation for the first time, reports the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. The $2 million facility has a dining area for the lower school (K-4) and a separate one for the middle (5-8) and upper school (9-12). It features meeting areas and space for student art. The new kitchen has modern equipment that allows the school's new ...

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