The District 233 school board is beginning to look at ways to improve the science labs at Homewood-Flossmoor High School.
The school board’s finance committee heard from architects with DLA Architects who are following the district’s long-range planning document.
At the Nov. 15 finance committee meeting, Ed Wright of DLA said after science staff meetings and visits to several other high schools. He presented six proposals for review with the caveat that they were “incredibly preliminary.”
DLA started the process about a year ago meeting with faculty and administrators in the science department, although Superintendent Von . . .
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