By Tim Kowols
Sevastopol School District residents will get their chance over the next month to weigh in on possible facility upgrades at the building. The district’s Citizens Facility Advisory Committee has been meeting since October considering several different options, recently settling on either a brand new K-12 school at an estimated cost of $57 million or meshing the more modern parts of the building with new additions for approximately $45 million dollars. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says residents have taken them up on their offer to showcase the building through open houses and tours to learn more about the issues the district is facing.
Luedtke commended the CFAC for dedicating hours of time over the last seven months to the efforts. Surveys sent out this week are due back June 25 to the district before its consultant School Perceptions presents the collected data to the community on July 10.