On Thursday evening the Granada-Huntley-East Chain School Board heard from Superintendent Doug Storbeck regarding preliminary plans for and addition to the school building.
Storbeck shared some blueprints for the project. The proposed additions include three classrooms, one of which would be an ag classroom. Another would be a preschool/kindergarten room with its own bathroom and a freezer area would be added in the kitchen for more cold storage.
Storbeck said that the people who drafted the outline will put together a proposal. He added that he thought it would be more important to add classroom space, rather than more ag space, because they can function with the current ag space.
The district is planning to fund the addition on its own and doesn’t intend to receive help from taxpayers.