Approval of the bond issue would provide about $44 million for the district, which has been accepted for the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission building program.
The OFCC would provide an 81 percent state share for co-funded projects, West Carrollton school district officials have said.
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All of the schools in the district are at least 50 years old.
The new building proposal calls for a pre-kindergarten to first grade building and another housing students in grades two through four on the current sites of Early Childhood Center and West Carrollton Middle School.
A third building – to include fifth- and sixth-graders – would be constructed the current site of Holliday Elementary. The last site – where Schnell Elementary and West Carrollton High School are now located – would include a campus housing seventh-graders through seniors, according to the district.
The board is set to meet at 6 p.m. at West Carrollton High School.
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