Expansion of Wrightstown schools studied

WRIGHTSTOWN — The Wrightstown School Board's Facilities Committee met Thursday with architects and engineers and got a better handle on the costs of the building a new school or adding on to two existing schools.

The committee had up to eight options, but narrowed them down to three earlier this month:

Build a new school for students in grades 3-5, with the current K-4 elementary school to become a K-2 building.

Build a new school for students K-5, turn the current K-4 building into another K-5 school and operating two K-5 buildings.

Add a gym and classrooms on to the elementary school and add classrooms to the middle school.

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