The Uvalde (Texas) school district foundation has unveiled plans for a $50 million school to replace Robb Elementary, where 19 children and two teachers were shot to death.
ABC News reports the proposed school would have 39 classrooms across three grade levels, three science and technology rooms, two art rooms and 14 special education classrooms. The proposed site is next to Flores Elementary, which houses students from pre-K to first grade.
The group has not proposed a name for the replacement school. The existing Robb Elementary building will be demolished.
Donations will help pay for construction of the school.
The proposal will be presented to the school board Wednesday.