Members of the City School Board have their work cut out for them. They are in the process of prioritizing schools within the district that need renovations. At a recent board meeting, a two million dollar outlay was approved for extra classrooms at Hidden Lake Elementary School. That amount is nearly half of the school board`s budget. Superintendent Leon Hobbs says the district really needs to approve renovations in many schools, but there is no way they can afford to make all the changes all at once. Hidden Valley Elementary is the first priority on Hobb`s list since the number of students have surpassed its capacity. Next on the long list of repairs, are Dothan High and Kelly Springs Elementary. Hobbs says the board ultimately has the final decision, and that will be a hard one to make with a four-point-six million dollar budget, and more than forty schools that need repairs. The plan will be amended at next months board meeting.