Lady Bird Johnson Middle School in Irving, Texas, will be the first net-zero designed school in the state of Texas. The 152,250 square-foot campus is aiming to be the largest net zero educational facility in the country once it is completed. Lady Bird Johnson Middle School, the eighth middle school for Irving ISD, will serve approximately 900 students, grades six through eight. This facility will incorporate geothermal HVAC, passive solar interior daylighting, an efficient building envelope, high efficiency kitchen and advanced controls systems monitoring with the goal to reduce energy consumption over 50 percent from the traditional school model. The energy reductions within the facility will be offset by the energy produced through solar and wind energies provided on the site and building roof. Solar panels will provide the majority of the energy needs for the building and are designed so that over the course of a year the energy produced will equal the energy consumed, netting zero.