Last Thursday the school board presented six redesign plans for South Side High School.
Two of the six plans dealt with a three-story addition of six classrooms to the southeast corner of the building which would require the construction of an elevator and a need for temporary classroom space during the construction process.
Two plans dealt with second-story additions to the school, one of the northwest corner and one in the southeast.
The remaining plans came as a result of prior meetings with the board and included a new art and science wing.
Patch wants to know which design do you think works best for the high school. Let us know in the comments section.