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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