The Johnston school board will decide tomorrow if it’ll move forward on its new plan of building a new high school.
In September, voters failed to approve a bond referendum to pay for the school’s construction.
After talking to the public, the school board is now considering a new proposal.
This one is $10-million cheaper at $112-million.
The new proposal eliminates the new football stadium and is a now a two story building.
If approved by the school board, the proposal could go before voters as early as April.