CHESTERFIELD, Va. (WRIC) — Falling Creek Middle School is expected to open in Chesterfield in 2024, as part of the public school system’s capital improvement plan.

While some details of the new school – like its capacity, at around 1,800 students – have already been determined, some key details are still being decided.

One of those details? What the school will look like.

Instead of choosing a design themselves, the school board is asking for input from the school’s attendance zone. The basic floor plan has already been decided, but the school board has identified a number of options for the facade.

Anyone living in the Falling Creek Middle School attendance zone is invited to choose their favorite from a survey.

The county extended the deadline until March 3.