Community members got a chance Thursday evening to take a closer look at the conditions of the facilities at Kearney High School.
On Tuesday, Kearney residents will be asked to vote yes or no on a bond issue for a new public high school.
Kearney Superintendent Brian Maher spoke to members of the community in the auditorium and volunteers showed tours of the high school.
"I think the biggest thing we are trying to do is educate the public prior to the vote. People are going to vote however they are going to vote; our goal is to make folks as educated as they can be on the issues," said Kearney Superintendent Brian Maher.
"Right now I would say there is no other answer than build a new school," said Kearney resident Janice Carnell at the open house.