Worthington Schools board ready to weigh next steps, including potential levy, for phase 2 of master facilities plan

Erin Browne

When the phase 2 task force for the Worthington Schools Master Facilities Plan presented its recommendations to the school board Jan. 10, its emphasis – as expected – was on the district’s high schools. 

Now in the coming weeks, the board anticipates formulating next steps, which could include a levy request.

As has been the case throughout the phase 2 planning process, both Worthington Kilbourne and Thomas Worthington high schools were outlined for prioritization in the next phase of capital improvementsThe recommendations come on the heels of the district’s middle school renovations that were conducted as part of phase 1 and were completed this past summer.

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