COLUMBUS, Ohio (24-7 News)--Columbus City Schools will not be constructing a new building for Columbus Alternative High School.
Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon said the district would instead spend around one-and-a-half million dollars over the next six-months on upgrades to the current location.
Dixon said the plan is to modernize the school's bathrooms, lighting, fire alarms, and asphalt, as well as installing air conditioning in the cafeteria and library.
Money to fund the upgrades will come from Operation Fix-It, which draws from a bond package approved by voters in 2018.
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