Editor’s note: This story has been updated to show that the meeting had been rescheduled.

CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – A meeting in which a decision may be made on whether Canfield Schools will move forward with new buildings was moved until May 17.

A recommendation was made in mid-April on how to rebuild Canfield Schools. This came after 10 prior meetings discussing plans.

Three other plans were also considered in early April. Option A was to build new elementary and middle schools, renovate the high school and make Hilltop Elementary the administration building. That would cost $108 million.

Option B was to build a new Pre-K-8 building near McCune Park, build a second middle school gym and renovate the high school. That would cost $107 million.

Option C was to build a new Pre-K-6 building at Hilltop Elementary and renovate the high school for seventh through 12th grades, which would cost $91 million.

Canfield High School will also be renovated. The plan will cost around $104 million. It now needs approval from the school board.

Three additional plans were presented at the mid-April meeting. One included building a new high school. The hope is to put this new recommended levy on this November’s ballot.

The school board meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 17. Prior to that meeting, the State of the Schools will be held at 5:15 p.m.