New Membership Fees Take Effect

Reminder to new and current members: Effective January 1, we have increased our member fees by a small amount for all for profit and nonprofit levels. We have not raised our dues for more than 5 years, and the increase will allow us to meet ever-increasing operating costs. The fee increase will allow us to meet members’ interests and provide better services to schools and school districts. 

CHPS Welcomes Three New Board Members

Please join us in welcoming our three newest Board members. Erika, Amy, and Mike share our passion for healthy, high performance schools, and we know they will bring excellent perspective to our organization. 

  • Erika Eitland, Director, Human Experience (Hx) Lab, Perkins & Will
  • Amy Cortese, Director of Programs, New Buildings Institute
  • Mike Wilson, Director of Facilities and Energy Management, Warren County (Ky) Public Schools  

CHPS Webinar Series: School Building Science Fridays

A school building is a system. The proper materials, design, construction and maintenance of the system's components are critical to the success and health of its students and staff.  

Starting on Sept. 10, CHPS will be hosting a 10-part webinar series called School Building Science Fridays. Sessions will be held the second Friday of each month through June 22. They’ll feature expert panelists and participant discussion on the science behind designing, building and maintaining healthy, energy-efficient, environmentally friendly schools. 

The series will begin with: 

Albany (CA) HS addition is CHPS Designed, all electric and zero energy ready

Albany (CA) High School has earned CHPS Designed status for its spectacular addition that is electrically powered and Net-Zero Energy ready.

Part of the Albany Unified School District. the 10,900 square foot, two-story classroom building adds eight large, modern classrooms to the school, including a double-high Design+Build Workshop.


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