But in the time I have been watching the renovations, I have come to admire the slight bend in the building. Instead of standing at the top of the slight rise along D.B. Todd like some imposing institution designed to keep children in and the neighborhood at bay, the very slight bend in makes the school seem like it's inviting you in. And I think it suggests that, as the children go from classroom to classroom, they will get different perspectives, new ways of seeing familiar things.
Well, obviously, I'm no architecture critic. But I really like that little crick in the school. And so today, I thought, I'm going to share that with the folks at Pith.
And so I have.
Check out the sign too! They used a fancy font for "Thanks the People." That's how you know they mean it.