EVSC Superintendent Dr. Vince Bertram outlined his strategic agenda to guide the school corporation in to the future Monday night at Central High School. A giant new North High and Middle School is the centerpiece of what would be a major overhaul to the current physical structure of the EVSC, and could be the catalyst to heading off future overcrowding, Dr. Vince Bertram said. The agenda calls for several changes at EVSC facilities, the biggest of which would rearrange and restructure where kids in the North district go to class. Bertram wants to build the new facility in the McCutchanville area, and turn old North High School in to a middle school. His plan would also close Howard Roosa, and Turn Evans in to a K-5 school. Central district would see the closing of Ceder Hall, and the transition of Harwood in to a K-8. Lincoln would also become a K-8. Bosse District would see a mixed transition, as Culver students would move to Glenwood, which would become a K-8. Culver would then turn in to an Early Childhood Learning Center. Lodge would also go K-8 Bertram wants to install Early Childhood Learning Centers throughout the corporation that would be open to all EVSC children as a means of closing the learning gap between poor and middle class children, which Bertram says begins even before kindergarten. In Harrison District, classrooms would be added at Stockwell and Plaza Park. There are minimal changes slated for Reitz District. Members of the Evansville Teachers Association will get their chance to give Bertram their opinion on the agenda. They are anxious for more details on the plan. Association president Dan Hartz said of the plan, "Just because we do a lot, doesnt mean we do it well."