They don't do that now as far as building to last? IPS has buildings 70+ years old. When is the last time you looked at the regulations schools have to build to--such as OSHA requirements to deal with air movement and prevent sick building syndrome. Most schools are replecating buildings as they build new---this is just another uninformed, but unfortunately, able to vote, person.
Your psuedonym suits you well. Which architectural or construction firm do you work for?
The point is that, just as the Declaration of Independence holds that "all men are created equal", I believe that all schools should be created equal. Let's stop wasting the taxpayer's money on huge bond issues which are then used to build high schools that serve more as monuments to a school board's ego than as institutions of learning. Spend the money where it needs to be spent, on teacher's salaries, books, supplies and buildings where function outweighs asthetics and frills.
Your ISP address may be Nobelsville, but your attitude is strangely reminiscent of the spend at all cost mentality of the Washington Township School Board. What happens when the bonds are due and the tax base isn't large enough to cover the bill, because the citizenry has been taxed to point that there's nothing left.