The Wooster City School District is moving forward with plans to build new elementary and middle schools.  The district’s board of education has unanimously approved one of two resolutions required to place a bond issue for the project on the ballot next May.  The resolution will now be sent to the county auditor to determine millage and interest rates, while the second required resolution will be on the board’s December meeting agenda.  The estimated $100 million project will include the construction of a sixth-thru-eighth building near Wooster High School and a new Kindergarten-thru-second grade building on the site where Cornerstone Elementary now stands.  Students in grades three-thru-five would be moved into Edgewood Middle School.