CARLISLE, Ohio (WDTN) – The Carlisle Local School District broke ground on a new PreK-12 school building on Tuesday.
The project was made possible after voters passed a bond issue to build the new facility back in May of 2017.
“It’s been hard this last year and a half because you physically don’t get to see anything even though there’s a ton of work going on behind the scenes to get the architectural designs made to get everything in line,” said Superintendent Larry Hook.
The school will cost about $50 million.
$29 million is coming from the state, while $20 million was raised locally.