We continue to share each of the scenarios under consideration by the RSU 50 Board, one at a time, leading up to the meeting on January 12th, and include Task Force perspectives as well as our own in each one to shine as much light as possible on the issue.
“Options 3a and 3b are intentionally paired as two sides of the same coin: consolidate all students and staff to either the North end of campus, (3a), or the South end (3b)..”
Just as Scenarios 3a and 3b represent “two sides of the same coin”, benefits and challenges emanate from “two sides of the Committee’s mouth”.
“Significant cost savings would appear to be immediate due to the closure of facilities” is cited as a “benefit”. Meanwhile, under “challenges”…
“Challenges unique to option 3a…” (let’s be honest, here – 3a is strongly favored; 3b is not under any serious consideration — more on why in a moment…) “..involve facilities constraints. SACS does not have a dedicated auditorium or music instruction space. The building will require a new heating system and the roof needs work. Science lab classrooms may need to be refurbished or expanded.”
“We will save you money.
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