Unified campus, safety, security top priority list
Thayer Central patrons begin discussions anew.
A unified campus, safety, and building security topped a list of priorities developed by a host of interested individuals last week during a special facilities discussion held at Thayer Central Community Schools.
Approximately 20 people broke into several sub-groups to work out an outline for facility improvements. Relocation of the band and vocal classrooms as well as connectivity for students between buildings rounded out the top five priorities.
“Considerable conversation took place around each of the suggestions with various participants providing feedback and offering modifications,” Harris said. “Throughout the discussion, consideration for the cost of each suggestion and alternative financing options were part of the conversation.”
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