Now, the Highland Park High School board members need to decide what part of the plan they will seek to implement and how they will fund these projects.
Friday, December 21, 2012
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
After over a year of brainstorming with and engagement seeking from the community, Highland Park's high school district is ready to unveil what it has been working on.
After over a year of brainstorming with and engagement seeking from the community, District 113 is almost ready to unveil what it has been working on. District 113 architects will present their Long Range Facility Master Plan for Deerfield and Highland Park High Schools at two final Community Engagement Meetings in November. The first will be held Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. and the second will be held Nov. 28 at 10 a.m. Both will be in the HPHS auditorium. Want Highland Park news in your inbox every morning? Subscribe to Patch's newsletter. The architects will present recommendations for facilities and cost estimates, according to an email sent out by the distrct on Monday. Back in September, District 113 Board Member Marjie Sandlow commended the …
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
The School Board of District 113 got its first chance to discuss the $168 million project Monday night.
The District 113 School Board has a big decision to make. On Monday, Superintendent George Fornero presented the board with the proposal for a new master plan for Deerfield and Highland Park High Schools that would fix infrastructure problems, demolish old buildings and install technology support systems for a different kind of learning. If the plans are completed in their entirety, they would cost Deerfield and Highland Park residents $168 million over the course of the next 20-plus years. Before the plan can be put to referendum for April's election, the board needs to approve it first. Planning for the future Representatives from architectural firm Wight and Company, the District's financial planning liaison from PMA Securities and…