LPS Board Approves of Two Bids For New High Schools

LINCOLN–(KFOR June 26)–The Lincoln Board of Education is moving ahead with plans to build two new high schools. Tuesday night, the board approved two bids for prep work at a cost of about $1 million for building design, material selection and construction schedules. LPS is looking at close to $300 million dollars…possibly asking voters to approve the bond in February of 2020. A district committee recommended in May the two potential high schools go in northwest and extreme southeast Lincoln.