The Clinton Board of Education has begun a process of outlining future plans for the district's facilities.
At the Tuesday night Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Curt Nettles told the Board he felt the initial meeting of the facilities committee was a good one and they came up with some good ideas. Now they need to prioritize those ideas and get an idea of the cost.
Nettles engaged with the district's architect to begin a preliminary discussion about costs to do an analysis of the district's ideas.
Board President Dan Matthews wondered if the district would need to keep paying the architect for each project they want to be done but Nettles feels the district has the resources and manpower to get some things done without the need for the architect's input.
Normally the facilities committee meets only a couple of times a year but going forward, Matthews hopes to see that committee meet about once a month.