Preschool plans are finished, presented to Brady school board
Board concerned about storage in the building
Plans are complete for a new science room and pre-school at Brady Public Schools.
Architect Ryan Steams presented plans of the preschool at Brady Public School to the school board, during its meeting Nov. 11.
Steams, from Joseph R. Hewgley & Associates Inc. in North Platte, said the drawing was for an 1,100 square-foot building.
In the plans are 12 tables capable of moving anywhere in the room.
Instead of white boards, Steams said the walls will be sheet rock and sanded down to a smooth finish. The entire wall will act as a writing surface.
The only concern about the building plans came from board vice president Marge Spencer who said she was worried there wouldn’t be enough storage space available in the room.
In other business, Brady officials will know as soon as Sunday if the district will receive a grant for a new bus. Last month, the board approved application for a $ 24,630 Nebraska Clean Diesel grant.
Superintendent Bill Porter said the application was sent back to him for corrections but because it was sent in well before deadline the corrections were made and the application returned.
In another matter, the board transferred $2,000 from the general fund into the employee benefit fund.
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