The Illini West High School District will ask voters again for a new high school.
You'll recall in November voters rejected a $9 million dollar bond issue to build a new high school just down the road. That left the school district at a loss with what to do.
After the bond issue was defeated Kim Chilton, the Illini West superintendent said, "People were pretty disappointed. A lot of work went into that referendum."
Now board members plan another push to fund construction. However, this time they plan to hold a series of community meetings to inform voters about the need for a new school building.