The district currently owns a few pieces of land throughout the district that it purchased to build future schools. The district has been growing since it was consolidated in 1965 and is projected to continue to grow through 2040. It's important for the district to buy land when large pieces become available in areas that are projected to have dense population growth. As the area becomes more developed, large pieces of land that are big enough for a school to be built are becoming harder to find. It's important that the district purchase these pieces when they become available. Selling the land now would make building schools more challenging later.