Significant changes will be happening before long in the Cache County School District as a major building program approved by voters in last year’s bond election is underway. Two new high schools will be built. One is currently being built in Millville and scheduled to open in August of 2016 and the other high school will open in North Logan one year later.
Deputy Cache County School Superintendent Mike Liechty says everyone interested in learning about proposed boundary changes is invited to attend a public hearing Thursday at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be at the Cache County School District offices in North Logan and will primarily focus on proposed new school boundaries for secondary schools.
On KVNU’s For the People program Tuesday Liechty talked about which schools that includes.
“This is going to include all of our secondary schools,” Liechty explained, “which at that time for the transition will include the North Cache 7-8 Middle School, the South Cache 7-8 Middle School, the Spring Creek 7-8 Middle School, Mountain Crest 9-12 High School, Sky View 9-12 High School the new 9-12 high school in Millville and the new 9-12 high school in the North Logan area. It is affecting every grade 7-12.”
Liechty said district officials will show what projected enrollments look like in those schools, what the building capacities will be and what ability of growth in the future with the recommended school boundary changes.