The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Board of Education on Tuesday approved designs that include a new gym, administrative offices and classrooms at Wiley Middle School.

The vote follows a well-attended public drop-in session last month at the school to give the community a chance to see the designs and ask questions.

The 21,000-square foot addition to Wiley with two levels, which was approved by voters in a 2016 bond request, will attach to the existing school building.

It has a project budget of $9.3 million. Construction is expected to start about August 2020, and students, teachers and staff should be able to occupy the addition in spring 2022.

One existing classroom will be eliminated, but Wiley will

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