Sheldon East Elementary KIDS Committee Working With Architectural Firm On A Plan For East
Date posted - December 31, 2012
The East Elementary KIDS Committee — that’s Keep Improving District Schools — was formed to determine and assess the East Elementary building needs.
We had a chance to talk with three members of the Sheldon KIDS Committee recently. Adam Besaw gave us a little history of the KIDS Committee.
He says the three of them consented to being on the committee because they have kids in the school. Lisa Johnson, who’s also on the committee agrees, and says it goes even further than that.
Lori Richards, who’s also on the committee tells us what they’ve been doing so far.
Besaw says they got a little help.
The committee says they’re working with an architectural firm on a potential floor plan for the renovations and additions to East Elementary.
We’ll have more from our talk with members of the KIDS committee on future newscasts on KIWA. We should tell you that they have a Facebook page if you’re looking for more information.
The election to decide the fate of the improvements at East will be on February 5.
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