480 Board Hears Suggestions from Architectural Firm

KSCB News - February 25, 2014 6:06 am

If the bond passes for USD 480 schools, what will become of some of Liberal’s school buildings which will be replaced? That topic was addressed Monday night at the USD 480 board of education meeting. The architectural firm DLR working with 480 made suggestions based on conversations with the Vison Team, USD 480 officials, and Liberal residents. These are only suggestions and considerations for the buildings and would only be possible if the school bond passes. McKinley School would be considered for central office. Lincoln and Southlawn schools would be considered for pre-K centers. Washington and McDermott would be considered for sale as commercial properties. Garfield would be considered as a facility for the alternative school and focus.

 

Latest Stories

“Pioneer Days Events for 2020”

Welcome to the 88th Guymon Pioneer Days, “Gone West”! The very first Pioneer Days Celebration was...

USD 480 Announces Chromebook Checkout

LHS, EMS, SRMS 1:1 CHROMEBOOK CHECK-OUT This year we will do the 1:1 Chromebook check-out for...

USD 480 Budget Sees a Decrease in the Mill Levy

The USD 480 Board of Education met Monday evening with the 2020-2021 Budget before them. The...