Preliminary drawings of the Wausa School building were released from CWP Architects.
Wausa’s bid for improving its school facility is moving forward thanks to an overwhelming 75 percent support.
Wausa Superintendent Brad Hoesing said he was pleased the district stakeholders were so supportive of funding the initiative to improve the district, which will increase the levy just two cents.
“We were grateful to patrons that they voted and voted to improve the facilities,” Hoesing said.
Hoesing said the school board had been working toward the school’s recent renovation proposal for two years, which includes adding more room for high school classrooms and a new 5,500 square-foot industrial arts building.
Plans for the project also include demolishing the old 1913 Wausa school building and replacing it with a new single story building. Total cost of the project is expected to be $4.35 million.