New Head Start Center Opts For Monolithic Domes Centro De La Familia de Utah — These four Monolithic Domes in Genola, Utah were designed and built as a facility for Utah’s migrant workers. It includes a Head Start school for children and various educational programs for adults. Stemwalls — For two of the Monolithic Domes, 17-foot-high stemwalls were used. Towerlike Domes — Using the Monolithic process, two towerlike domes, each measuring 30′ × 15′ were built atop 17’ cylindrical stemwalls. The domes house a kitchen, cafeteria and resource center. Central Dome — It measures 101′ × 31′ and encompasses classrooms, offices, a nurse’s station and more. Activity Dome — A balcony in the Activity Dome overlooks the recreational area. Inset Openings — All entryways and openings are inset in the dome shells. A conventional connector joins two of the domes. For the Kids! — Head Start classroom is furnished with supplies and educational toys. Note the drawings that Brigham Young University students carved into the wet shotcrete. Grand Opening — Children as well as directors participated in the ribbon cutting on opening day.