A proposed construction project at Williams High School may cost roughly $14 million and be financed via remaining funds from Plano ISD’s 2016 bond. Members of the Plano ISD board of trustees were given a tour of Williams High School at a work session Sept. 17. 

A proposed construction project at Williams High School would cost roughly $14 million and be financed via remaining funds from Plano ISD’s 2016 bond.

Discussions for Williams High School began with multiple renovation options at a work session in September, ranging from projects costing under $7 million to ones that would require constructing a new building, as previously reported by Community Impact Newspaper. District trustees continued conceptual discussions with PBK, an architectural and engineering design solutions company, at a work session in November, where the $14 million dollar plan was first formally introduced.

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