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H-F High asks community for input on expansion plans

The District 233 school board is hoping to get feedback through Nov. 17 on its survey of proposed plans for additions to Homewood-Flossmoor High School. The board is considering building a black box theater for rehearsals, presentations and staging needs, and building an addition of new classrooms for fine arts. Estimates range between $7 and $12 million.  The district has money in reserve to cover the costs. The work will not result in a tax increase, said Ken Parchem, the district’s business manager. At a public meeting the morning of Thursday, Nov. 9, administrators and . . .

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