The questions surrounding Buffalo's new elementary school, namely when it will be built, how big it will be and what design it will take should all be answered later this week, according to Johnson County School District 1 Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler.
Kessler gave the school board an update on the new school at the board meeting Monday night, saying most or all of the questions should be answered at the School Facilities Commission meeting in Casper Thursday at the Natrona County School District offices. Kessler explains.
Johnson County School District 1 is the first district in the state that will try to use an existing design for a school and adapt the plan to fit Buffalo's needs. The step should save the state money, and the facilities commission seems to be on board with the idea, Kessler said.
Once the facilities commission makes a decision, Kessler said the district will then know what their next step is.