Community meeting sought on building project
Iroquois School Superintendent Neil Rochelle is recommending that the district hold a town hall-type meeting to get community feedback on a building project that could be the largest in the district's history.
At the same time, Rochelle said during a meeting of the School Board on Tuesday night, a February target for a referendum on a project is too ambitious. He noted the 30-member Iroquois Capital Improvement Committee has met twice on the issue. The panel, made up of representatives of business, teachers, administrators and parents, plans to meet Nov. 26 and Dec. 5.
District officials will decide whether the project should be repairs only or, "Go out once and go big and get it done," Rochelle said.