Dealing with an overcrowding issue, noise pollution in the hallway and some students not having their own desk, Papillion-La Vista Community Schools hope to change these problems with a $115 million bond proposal.
The district released a project list, a vision for current and future students. It includes security upgrades and expanding space.
Student enrollment growth has prompted the district to ask for the money now. Since 1990, the enrollment in Papillion-La Vista schools has nearly doubled.
The district, however, says the plan is not etched in stone. There is a forum Wednesday evening for parents to weigh in on the improvements.