LINCOLN–(KFOR August 28)–Lincoln School Board members received a report Tuesday night about building needs across the district, which will help set up a possible bond issue for 2020.
According to a report from the Superintendent’s Facility Advisory committee, there would be a need to build two smaller high schools, three elementary schools and a new concept to LPS, two K-8 school buildings. It would also include new high school sports complexes.
Now, Superintendent Dr. Steve Joel and the board will look over the recommendations. The biggest issue, there are $464 million in priorities but a bond would likely max out at $290 million.
The Board hopes to have a plan finalized by November.