La Crosse School District looking for feedback about building's future

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LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) -- An area school district is trying to decide what to with one of its school buildings.

The La Crosse School District is holding a public meeting on Monday, February 10 to get feedback from the community about what they would like to happen with its Roosevelt campus building.

Right now students in four-year-old kindergarten through 4th grade are using the building while construction is underway on the new northside elementary school.

Fifth graders are using Logan Middle School.

Superintendent Randy Nelson said the district is especially looking for feedback from people who live in the neighborhood.

“What we’re really trying to figure out right now is do they have any ideas right now about what they’d like to see it become? Do they have opinions about what they want to make sure it doesn’t become,” said Nelson.

The meeting is Monday, February 10 at 6:30 p.m. in Roosevelt’s media center.

However, Nelson said it could be moved to the gym, depending on how many people come.

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