The Lafayette Parish School Board met last night with one of their agenda items being  how the board would spend 30 million dollars in bond money.

The bond many will be divided up between several schools in Lafayette Parish.  Around nine million dollar will be spent on building projects and adding some new technology at David Thibodaux STEM Magnet Academy for building and technology additions.

Close to nine million dollars will be allocated to Green T. Lindon Elementary. The school will be using the money to pay for building more classrooms as there is severe overcrowding at the facility.

There will be expansion projects at Youngsville Middle School as the board decided last night that around 5.3 million dollars will be used for more buildings and additional classrooms.

Northside High School will be using close to two million dollars to build chemistry and science labs.  Some of the money will also be used on renovations for locker rooms and windows.

The remaining money will be divided between L.J. Alleman Middle School and Lafayette High School.