The Concord School District is reviving its plan to build a new Rundlett Middle School building, and is moving ahead with the first step in the design process.
During its April meeting, the Concord School Board voted unanimously to move ahead with schematic design, bringing in an outside firm to work with the district to plan what the new building will look like, where it will be located and what grades the school will hold, among other things. The professional planning services could cost up to $200,000, which will be taken from the facilities and renovation trust fund.
“I know the Capital Facilities Committee is very eager to get this underway,” said board member Danielle Smith, who chairs the committee. “We realize that we can’t make those decisions by ourselves by a bubble, we really need community input, we need some professional input.”
Rundlett was built in 1957 to be…