HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — The Harrisburg Superintendent wants to make big changes to the school district with federal relief funds.

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During a virtual session last week, Superintendent Eric Turman introduced a four-year plan to help recover from the pandemic. A big part of the plan includes transforming the former William Penn High School into a magnet school for middle school students.

Right now, the building is vacant. Turman is also considering re-opening Steele Elementary School to spread out students. The district has a survey for feedback on its website.