The Garaway Board of Education is moving forward with plans to possibly build a new school. Superintendent Darryl Jones says the district was notified by the Ohio School Facilities Commission earlier this year that the district qualified to apply for their Exceptional Needs Program. He says the commission assessed district facilities in March. Jones says the board has chosen to accept $9.9 million from the commission for the construction of a $38.2 million school that would house K through 12 students. He says some buildings within the district are starting to show their age. Jones says the district has done an excellent job of keeping facilities in good condition. Jones says this is the same program that Dover City Schools qualified for a few years ago. Jones says the district expects to start discussing plans for a new school with the assistance of an architectural firm. He says the public will be asked for their input regarding the matter and says a bond issue for construction could be placed before voters sometime next year.