Innovative media center unveiled at Redland MS


Redland Middle School students present their new virtual reality equipment to the “Obie” and “Extra Yard” mascots who attended the ceremony.

Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the College Football Playoff Foundation (CFP) and the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game Host Committee (CFPNCG) recently unveiled a new media center at the Redland Middle School, with virtual reality (VR), mobile offices, a robotics section, a new Promethean card and more than ten computer stations.

Redland Middle is one of 16 Miami-Dade public colleges whose multimedia centers have been transformed into tech-rich innovation spaces over the next two years. All partners will continue to unveil new projects in different schools throughout the year.

Eighth grade student Gregory Worcester, who saluted on behalf of the students at the ceremony, was delighted with the results of the renovation.

“It’s beautiful! They remodeled it and made everything better,” he said. “When you come here it looks like it’s part of a new fancy tech high school.”

A robotic section is one of the features of Redland Middle’s new innovation space.

Superintendent of Schools Alberto M. Carvalho attended the inauguration ceremony; Luisa Santos, District 9 School Board Member; Britton Banowsky, Executive Director of CFPNCG; Justice Michael Chavies, Chairman and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Orange Bowl Committee; Eric Poms, CEO of the Orange Bowl Committee; Thomas G. Abraham, President of the Anthony R. Abraham Foundation, and Principal of Redland Middle, Gregory Beckford.


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