Papa-Holzer said the board is currently seeking to commission a feasibility study that will investigate the practicality of renovating the high school as new, renovating it as new with additions and rebuilding it entirely. The study is expected to cost around $50,000, Papa-Holzer added, and will hopefully get off the ground during the next fiscal year.
Schoonmaker said project planning takes a long time, and construction is unlikely to begin for at least two years. Though he is also monitoring the regionalization bills, he said, he does not think student relocation would make...
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