As the Erie School District narrows down its long-range plan to rightsize the district, tonight, school board members are weighing in on which option to go with.
School directors must now review the information that they received Monday night. Over the course of three years, school leaders whittled it down from 44 to three options.
Each option includes reconfigurations, demolitions and renovations to schools in the district. Option B and C also include immense changes to the way things are run at Central Tech, Collegiate Academy and East High School.
Depending on which option the school board chooses, the project will cost anywhere from $271-$300 million. The overall project is expected to take 10 to 15 years to complete.
According to Erie School Director Rob Fabrizi, school leaders want your input moving forward.
"In my mind, as I looked at it, the Option C seems pretty good," said Fabrizi. "I would recommend that people go on the website and look at the plans. But I'm not to say that this is the answer, or a done deal in any way, shape, or form."
To review each option, visit: http://eriesdplan.blogspot.com/
The school board will review each plan on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.