Oshkosh School Board panel advances extracurricular facilities plan

OSHKOSH – Oshkosh Region School District officers say a projected $154 million system for new extracurricular amenities will assist create a great environment for its students and make it a “desired destination” district.

The suggestions from the Facilities Advisory Committee 2. include an indoor multipurpose athletic facility with turf fields, a doing arts middle, an aquatic center and a new 4,000-seat stadium. 

The projects are projected to price a projected $147 million to $154 million based on estimates for the 2026-27 school 12 months, which most likely will be the following time the district would start off the second section of the district’s long-range amenities plan to consolidate 20 educational facilities into 14.

For the duration of the presentation, led by Dr. Dave Gundlach, OASD Deputy Superintendent, and Clint Selle of Bray Architects, only 1 proposed facility experienced a established locale: the new doing arts center would be at North Higher College. The other people experienced just prompt spots like a “central locale close to the current superior colleges” or a “significant visibility location.”