OMAHA, Neb. (FOX 42 KPTM) -- In May of 2018, the Omaha community approved a $409.9 bond to build two new high schools in the Omaha Public Schools system.
OPS says the schools are needed to accommodate the growing number of students at OPS.
A meeting was held for the community Tuesday to show details about the project.
"I think it was good for the community to come out and learn a little more about the project and support education in the community," said Ken Wray
Another meeting is scheduled for Thursday at Ashland Elementary.
OPS showed an overview of the project, design, new spaces and took questions from anyone there.
Both high schools are scheduled to open in the Fall of 2022