Minor changes to turn EHS into EMS
Although creating a space for Eudora High School students to attend school next academic year has required hundreds of hours spent constructing a building from steel and concrete, making the current high school building suitable for sixth- through eighth-graders will take a whole lot less effort.
A computer lab, annexed to the building's library, will have a wall knocked out to adjoin with a neighboring classroom to provide one large room. Superintendent Marty Kobza said the space could be used for a social studies classroom. Middle-schoolers would have a variety of choices for computers, including wireless mobile labs, Kobza said.
The other building renovation will be in what is currently the high school's family and consumer sciences room. Because FACS classes, along with shop, will be offered in new facilities, Kobza said the room could be converted into a math classroom. Moreover, the counters could be used in the schools new concession stand.