The Madison-Grant School Board is investigating renovations that are needed in the school system in the near future, but school officials say not until a large amount of debt is taken off the books.
Madison-Grant will take about five-million dollars of debt off the books in the coming year when final payments are made on bond issues. That will then free up money that can be used on building renovations.
According to the “Chronicle-Tribune,” Madison-Grant officials have a list of about 50 needed renovations. Among them are major renovations to the administration building. But officials are considering moving the administration into the Junior-Senior high school building instead of renovating the administration building.
No decisions on the renovations have yet been made by the Madison-Grant School Board.