Provide your opinion on Xenia School's building plan options

Xenia Community Schools' five new elementary buildings were constructed in 2013 and now it is time to address the building needs at the secondary level. Warner Middle School was built in 1962 with additions made in 1967. It is currently over capacity. There are significant mechanical and safety upgrades needed at Xenia High School.

The district's Visioning Committee met once a month for nine months to determine the next steps in creating 21st century learning environments for Xenia’s students. Their work looked at a variety of different factors including site locations, design of classroom and school spaces, plus safety and security needs. They came up with 12 options, then narrowed them down to six that they thought would be best for our students and the community. The six options include ideas for renovations, additions, improvements, and/or replacement of the existing middle and high school buildings.

The district is surveying the community to find out which of these plans they would support. Take a moment to give your feedback on the plans.

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