Our Past

1972: NS plans for a Junior High

Compiled by Erin M. Gentz
Posted 11/16/22

Nov. 15, 1972: The North Scott School Board was officially moving forward with plans to construct a separate junior high building, after authorizing superintendent Melvin Heiler to contact bonding attorneys. The board agreed that a junior high building would need to be able to handle approximately 750 students, with the ability to add on later if needed. They were eyeing an 18.8-acre parcel on South Fifth Street across from the football field as a location.

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