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I recently learned about the architect's plans for Weber. I am quite impressed. First, because it will address the short-term needs of Weber (I understand similar short-term plans are in the works for other schools as well). Second, because of the long-term solutions it proposes for Weber.

The proposed design will physically separate the four houses, while giving the students easy access to the shared spaces which will be centrally located. This means that the soon-to-be 1,200 student middle school will have a small school feel. The design and the new classrooms will also do much to alleviate the current overcrowded conditions and jammed hallways.

I encourage the board of education to work together to finalize the plan and get it passed as soon as possible.

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