Dallas Elementary has dealt with its fair share of problems over the past several years.
A water leak in mid-September halted classes for a day.
The school was never meant to be a permanent building.
Officials looked over several options at last night's meeting.
Renovations, full replacement plans and putting an addition on to Wycalis were all discussed.
The business manager says the district is carrying 65 million in debt.
While officials say it's time to think about a plan, others sounded off about the cost.
Officials say there's no rush to come to a decision right now.
They're looking at three-to-five year time line