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Growth in arts programs leads to need for H-F High additions

Fewer than a dozen community members came out Monday night to learn about the expansion plans at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. The District 233 school board is considering adding an open space for rehearsals and staging, commonly called a black box theater, and additional arts classrooms, as well as remodeling current arts spaces. The final dollar amount has not been set, but an initial estimate for the project was $12 million. The district has $12 million in reserves to cover construction costs. With that money in hand, the district will not raise taxes to cover the cost of . . .

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