Polyvision Corp., a global leader in the innovation and manufacture of CeramicSteel, collaborative writing products and architectural panels for cladding, announced that its Flow™ full wall modular whiteboard system has been installed in High Point School (High Point), a recently renovated public school located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to meeting the special needs of students with disabilities.
The Washtenaw Intermediate School District called on NBS Commercial Interiors (NBS), a full-service interior integrator, to specify durable, easy-to-clean writing surfaces for High Point that would enhance teaching, communication and learning while helping to maintain a safe environment for medically fragile students. NBS specified approximately 200 custom Flow boards for the school.
Designed to promote engagement and interaction, Flow’s floor-to-ceiling surfaces provide an adaptive and easily accessible collaboration tool, which is especially important for students with learning or mobility challenges. In addition, the non-porous CeramicSteel surface is easy to clean and sanitize, reducing exposure of students to bacteria and other harmful microbes.