EACS Holds Final New Haven Input Meeting

By Maureen Mespell

November 10, 2011 Updated Nov 11, 2011 at 2:02 AM EST

NEW HAVEN, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- The blueprint was designed by you. In one of the final public meetings to gather input on how to transform New Haven High into a 7-12 school architects, Thursday night presented the new layout crediting the public for many of the ideas.

About 400 additional students are expected to attend. That likely means adding 62 new classrooms and a second gym.
Kirby Stahly, Assistant Superintendent says, "We want to be transparent, have the information out there so people can make informed decisions and provide informed comments too on what they like, what they don't like so we can understand that."

A final plan is expected to be presented to the school-board by January and could require a public vote because the projected cost is more than 12 million dollars.




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