Foxborough architectural firm Kaestle Boos Associates is expected to present three plans to school and town officials in the spring that incorporate items from the recent three-day visioning meeting, Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski said.
"We spent a lot of time talking about what goes on in the classrooms and what is the best learning environment in a Franklin High of the future," Sabolinski said. "We understand that the scope of the project is not going to be a new high school. We were really looking at a renovation of the current space."
The group concluded that education would be more collaborative and project-based if there were many common areas for students and teachers to work together on projects, as is typically done in college settings, Sabolinski said.