There is also a scenario "G," which was left blank to provide room for another option to be developed as the community input process progresses.
"I think as we go through more there will be lots more questions and answers," said Kelsey. "I think right now people are digesting it."
Overall financial information and how the community will be impacted for each scenario will be provided in the future, said Kelsey.
When Kelsey was asked if there were certain scenarios she favored, she said superintendents do not have an opinion in the matter, but she wants what is best for the community and what the community wants for their children.
Meeting dates for the pubic to voice their concerns and suggestions are planned to begin mid-October, said Kelsey, but the dates and locations are still being finalized. The dates are going to be confirmed at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, Sept. 27.
To view a copy of the 174-page report and to find out when the public meeting dates will be visit the district's