The Boise School District is asking the public to weigh in on needed repairs.
The district is working on its facilities master plan.
School leaders say more than half of their buildings are more than 50 years old and in need of work. With limited funding, they are asking the public what they should prioritize.
"We really do have more than $200 million, some would argue $300 million worth of ongoing needs for the district. This part of the process is to help us identify those needs and help us prioritize," said Dan Hollar of the Boise School District.
You can make your voice heard by filling out a brief survey, you can find a link here. The survey closes this Sunday.