The remainder of the building project, construction of three new elementary schools, would be paid for by the state’s share of the project, about $65.6 million or 57 percent of the project when those funds become available.
Sander said the new high school would not have an auditorium and would use the auditorium now at the current high school on East Fourth Street. In addition, the roof at the current high school would be replaced, he said.
The next step would be for the board to adopt a resolution to proceed placing the bond issue on the ballot, Sander said. He said that would happen at the board’s July 27 meeting.