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Construction consultants hired by Warsaw Central School are touting a nearly $27 million renovation plan for the district' two buildings, and are also suggesting that the elementary school and high school be switched.

Architects from the Thomas Group told the School Board this week that flip-flopping the schools would allow more expansion at the current elementary building. The options at the current high school are too limited for anticipated enrollment growth, officials said.

According to representatives from Bovis Construction Management, major renovations would have to be performed at both buildings, including $16.7 million for the high school, $7 million for the elementary and $2.8 million for site work.

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