Architectural firm plans to meet with Monroeville community about new school

Aaron Krause • Feb 22, 2013 at 3:07 PM

An architectural firm that will provide the basic design for the new Monroeville Local Schools building recently met with teachers -- and announced plans to meet with the community -- to discuss ideas.

Voters in November approved a bond issue to pay for school additions.

The funds generated by the bond issue will be used for a new 30-year roof for the entire campus, 10 new classrooms to house grades pre-K to third grade, two new special education rooms, one new music/art room, offices for occupational and physical therapy services, new boys' and girls' restrooms, a 15-foot expansion of the cafeteria, including new floor and asbestos removal and an elevator to the second floor of the high school to make it handicapped-accessible. The levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home between $6 and $7 per month.

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