After a failed attempt in November, talks are turning towards finding the right decision for the future of Dover City Schools.
Monday evening, a public forum was held at the Dover Middle School library to discuss both education for the district and building options for the high school.
High School Principal Karie McCrate says officials are looking to weigh all options.
McCrate says officials need to look at being able to provide students with the tools they need for success.
Board of Education President Steve Mastin says, with the ballot attempt last November, some residents felt the district was not listening. He notes, however, that the problem they are currently faced with has been part of an ongoing discussion.
Mastin says the forum gave officials a chance to discuss seven possible options for the high school.
Mastin says the options range in price.
Finally, McCrate says the district needs to continue to educate the public.
Voters in November defeated the district's 6.9 mill bond issue by approximately a 70/30 split.