The Fischer Dining Pavilion, completed in 2008, is the prototype to set design standards for future buildings on the Fort Worth Country Day campus and is intended to be the school’s crown jewel. The building is a dining hall space with multiple purposes, including banquets, assemblies and dances. The roof is sloped to create an opportunity for a large clerestory on the north facade while minimizing southern exposure. The design includes covered walkways constructed of exposed steel with translucent panels for the roof. These walkways will become the standard for the campus.