Making the Grade+: A report on established Monolithic Domes Cradleboard Elementary School in Whiteriver, Arizona encompasses 34,000 square feet. A Native American motif is found throughout the school. Emmett High School in Emmett, Idaho built a five-dome complex. Two 180-foot domes house the classrooms and a gymnasium while the smaller domes are used for vocational classes. The Heber-Overgaard Unified School District in Arizona serves pre-kindergarten through grade 3 for 250 students. The American Red Cross has officially designated Emmett High School in Emmett, Idaho as the community disaster shelter, and it has been utilized as such during a threat of flooding. The five-dome Pattonsburg School in Pattonsburg, Missouri is designed so classrooms and lockers line the perimeter. The kindergarten room’s spacious design offers a friendly learning enviroment. The media center is the center of the second dome. Both the media center and commons area are surrounded by classrooms. Natural light enters the center areas through eight-foot skylights and filters into classrooms through the above windows. An elementary classroom. The 180-foot Emmett High School gymnasium in Emmett, Idaho. Its double-wide gym can seat 3,000. It also houses a weight room, a wrestling room, locker rooms, offices, concessions and a small theatre.