Maroa-Forsyth schools are exploring the future of how to proceed with what to do with their aging middle school facility.
A steering committee has been formed to find out what the community wants to do next in the district. Superintendent Dr. John Ahlemeyer has been very pleased with the way things have started.
The latest meeting of this steering committee put together around a dozen options. Dr. Ahlemeyer has only one preference, which would be to keep the middle school and high school near each other.
The steering committee will be hosting a trio of meetings in the coming months to narrow down what the recommendation will be to the Maroa-Forsyth Board of Education. Those begin with a meeting on
September 25 at 6:30 pm with building tours to take place at 6 pm.
The next two are scheduled for October 23 and November 13 at 6:30 pm.
Dr. Ahlemeyer directs anyone interested to visit mfschools.net for more information.