It’s all new… from the ground up.
The Bryan City Schools’ new master facilities plan is calling for a totally different approach to the district’s building needs, including a new school for grades 6 to 12 at the current middle school site, and renovating the existing middle school.
According to the Bryan Times, the plan calls for the elimination of the current high school, Washington elementary, and the Lincoln elementary. The Central building and its auditorium would remain.
The new facilities plan calls for the consolidation of students and services in two buildings at one site, as opposed to the current configuration of five buildings in separate locations.
The state could provide funding of around 35 percent of the costs for a project built strictly to state standards.
In the end, the district’s voters will have the final say.