Interacting with Unit 4 on Central locations

Unit 4 has advertised two meetings, inviting folks to listen to the current information so far and to provide feedback. From Stephanie Stuart:

“Gorski Reifsteck/DLR Group also shared that the recent community phone survey on the District’s facilities has been extended and refined.

 

The District is currently in the process of evaluating the possibility of building a new Central High School at one of two sites: the Spalding Park site and the site at Interstate Drive and Neil Street, purchased earlier this year. At the meeting, community members were encouraged to participate in the upcoming Spalding Park Community Meeting on June 13 and the Central High School Community Meeting on June 17.

 

The June 13 meeting will aim to gather feedback from neighbors on the possibility of building a new Central High School at Spalding Park. The Community Meeting at Central High School on June 17 will allow community members to provide input about the high school location as well as educational programming.”

 

Some of us received invitations via regular mail as well.

 

June 13:

“The informal meeting will be held in the Franklin Middle School gymnasium on Friday, June 13 from 5-7 p.m. Pizza will be provided and families are welcome to attend any time during the two-hour time period. Informational materials will be available and representatives from the School District will be present to talk with residents.”

 

June 17:

“6-8 p.m. Central High School

Join us to learn more and make your voice heard as we plan for the for a new Central High School & renovated Centennial High School!”

 

If you are able to attend one or the other of these meetings, I would very much appreciate your feedback.

 

UPDATE: Julie Wurth has a couple early articles about the meeting tonight:

Interesting turn of events: how about Central at Spalding?

Too busy to say much, but things are hopping:

 

http://www.news-gazette.com/news/local/2014-04-24/updated-new-central-high-school-site-proposed.html

 

More later.

 

UPDATE: Check out the attachments linked in the article: