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Cherry View Elementary School

Lakeville, MN USA


Playground Overview

Students at Cherry View Elementary School will find a plethora of play experiences during recess. This PlayBooster® playstructure design features the 7-post Netplex®, GeoPlex® Labyrinth Climber in addition to a variety of playground slides and overhead events. Set apart from the playground structure are freestanding play components like the Global Motion®, Cozy Dome® and swings.

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  • $120K-$139K

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Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

Video features the playground at Cherry View Elementary School in Lakeville Minnesota.

[video: scene fades into a view of the outside brick Cherry View Elementary School building. Scene fades to children playing on playground equipment. A young boy climbs across the ropes of a SwiggleKnots™ Bridge equip with sphere foot and hand holds. The camera switches to a few boys as they smile down to the camera while playing on some playground equipment. Children have indistinct conversations in the background as the camera switches to a boy as he begins climbing a GeoPlex® climber.]

[video: a boy spins his friend on a Gyro Twister® spinner. The camera focuses on a girl as she climbs on the ropes of the SwiggleKnots™ Bridge. A group of boys climb on the ropes of a Labyrinth Climber. Scene switches as the camera pans up the rungs of a Sunbeam Climber to a young girl. The camera switches and focuses on a child’s feet as they stand on a rope of a playground climber.]

[video: the camera backs up as a boy swings from the D-ring hand holds of a Ring Bridge monkey bar set. The scene switches to a full side view of an Air Dancer™. A girl holds onto the two separate hand holds, sliding them forward and backwards to make it to the opposite side. The camera focuses in on a boy as he makes his way across the Air Dancer™ playground activity. The camera switches to a side view of the boy’s hands as he slides the hand holds across the screen.]

[video: scene switches to a full elevated view of the playground play area of the school with surrounding soccer and softball fields. With a top down view, a girl with a bright pink bow in her hair slides down a spiraled slide. The scene switches to a young boy and girl standing on the playground decking. The boy speaks to the camera.]

Boy: What I like about this park is the monkey bars.

Girl: What I like about this park, are those hand things.

[video: the scenes switch to different children as they speak to the camera about their favorite activities on the playground.]

Girl 2: It has slides.

Girl 3: The spinners.

Girl 4: The spinners.

Boy 2: The slides.

[video: with a view across the park a child slides down a Double Swoosh Slide®. The camera angle switches to a view from the bottom of the slide up to the playground decking. A young girl with a bright pink bow in her hair rides down the slide. Scene switches back to a view of the Labyrinth Climber from the playground deck. A boy climbs to the top of a chimney shaped rope climber in the center of the Labyrinth Climber. Children climb around each other through the rope chimney shoot of the Labyrinth Climber. A boy leans in from off screen right in front of the camera.]

Boy: Ahhh!

[video: scene switches to a ground view up to children playing and climbing on the ropes of a Netplex®. The scene switches to a view inside a freestanding Cozy Dome® as children climb and crawl inside. Scene switches again to a Global Motion® double leveled climber playground spinner. Children ride as their friends spin the structure. The camera switches to an inside view of the Global Motion®. A boy sits on the cargo netted sides of the structure, he smiles and laughs at the camera as he spins. A girl smiles to the camera as she pushes to spin her friends on the Global Motion®. Another girl comes to help her spin the Global Motion® faster.]

[video: camera angle changes to a bird’s eye view of the entire playground area as children continue to play all around. Scene fades to a group of children as they smile and wave to the camera in slow motion. Scene fades to a young girl as she sits on the lower level of the Global Motion®. She smiles and waves to the camera in slow motion. Scene fades to a large group of kids standing around the Cozy Dome® as other children stand and sit on top smiling and waving to the camera. Screen goes black. Landscape Structures logo appears. The Landscape Structures logo is made of a ribbon shape undulating above the text Landscape Structures. Text below the logo reads: For a better tomorrow we play today.]

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