Task force brainstorms over ‘possible’ options

Members of an Adams Central task force spent about 15 minutes Tuesday brainstorming about what do in the future for the education of elementary students.

It was the first time ideas for the future of the Adams Central Elementary facilities were put down on paper following a series of meetings that began July 23.

“Remember, this is just possible options — the key is possible,” said Don Fritz, a consultant with FGR Group of Lincoln who has served as facilitator for the group.

Currently, elementary students through sixth grade attend classes at three sites in the school district. In May, the Adams Central Board of Education voted to move forward with creating a task force to study the current elementary buildings and propose an idea for how to move forward after two single-site bond issues failed.

Task force members have taken tours and held meetings at all three elementary sites. Tuesday night, they toured and held a meeting at the junior/senior high school prior to the short brainstorming session.

 

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