Renovations haven't started yet at Green T. Lindon Elementary nor Youngsville Middle, but Youngsville Mayor Wilson Viator believes Green T. Lindon maybe first on the list.
"I don't know the status of Youngsville Middle. I couldn't tell the council one way or the other. So, I figured why not hear it from the horse's mouth and get Dr.. cooper here," says Viator.
Viator is excited about what's to come. He explains that a growing city needs to be able to accommodate a growing student population.
"We're not responsible, but in a way we are. We make decisions to grow the city. Like we've done. We are partially responsible in making sure we have good adequate schools for the education of these children," adds Viator.
Viator says three to four new buildings at Green T. Lindon will include an enlarged cafeteria and bathroom facilities. To his understanding a new wing will be added to Youngsville middle.
"The parents here are excited about it. The kids need a place to put them and we don't need to put them in portable buildings."
The superintendent is scheduled to give a renovation update at Thursday's city council meeting in Youngsville at 6:00pm. Dr. Cooper is at the top of the agenda.