Heber-Overgaard: A Combined Force Heber-Overgaard — Their new school campus, opened in January 1999, features two Monolithic Domes, connected by a corridor. Connecting Corridor — Besides providing access to both domes, the much traveled corridor works as a display area for student art. Entrance Foyer — An attractive foyer greets the 175 students, 8 staff members and visitors to Heber-Overgaard. Preschool — First floor of the two-story, 160’ diameter Monolithic Dome houses the Preschool, Special Education, other classrooms, media center, offices, Nurse’s Station and staff lounge. Nurse’s Station — It provides nutritional and health care information for the students and their parents. Special Education — Its soft overhead lighting creates a pleasant atmosphere. Library — Each room, including the library, has an individual heating/cooling unit along the external corridor. A central system heats and cools the internal section. Multipurpose Dome — Superintendent Ron Squire said, “The cost for our two-dome facility averaged out to $68 per square foot. More importantly, we got the quality and features we wanted.” Classroom — Heber-Overgaard was Architect Marston Richards’ first Monolithic Dome project. He was pleased with the finished product. Study Area — During the Rodeo-Chediski fire in 2002, the Red Cross established a disaster-relief distribution and processing center at the school.