LAFAYETTE, Louisiana — Architects are expected to present a rough layout for the design of Lafayette Parish's newest high school and discuss where they think it should be located during the school board's next meeting on Oct. 7.
Kyle Bordelon, the school system's facilities and planning director, tells The Advocate (http://bit.ly/1F2m3xT) the architects reported to the school system's staff on Tuesday.
Last month, architects held planning workshops with school system staff and community members, who said they favored a three-story school focused on energy- and agricultural-related career training.
The school is set for construction on board-owned property in the Broussard-Youngsville area.
Information from: The Advocate, http://theadvocate.com