COLORADO SPRINGS — In response to a year-long study in regards to the needs of students and staff, District 11 has unveiled the details of its masterplan.
Included in the district's plan are priority improvements for 31 schools, including rebuilding and renovating 15.
<t: "We want to make sure that district 11, being the center city district and the oldest district here in Colorado Springs, remains viable. As our city continues to grow at a very rapid rate, we aspire to grow in a very parallel fashion," Dr. Michael Thomas, Superintendent said.
The plan will cost more than a billion dollars. About $700 million will go toward facility repairs.