Future of Selma High School undecided

It's decision time for Selma City school leaders.  School Superintendent Austin Obashoan says the conditions at Selma High are "inadequate."  In the foyer near the auditorium, broken plaster hangs from the ceiling walls.  In a locker room the wall and ceiling are separated.

Renovations would cost around $20 million.  A new schools would cost around $40 million.  There's a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss the issue.  It starts at 6:00 p.m. in the Pickard Auditorium.

A final decision is expected by Thanksgiving.