Jordan School District officials say they'll be bursting at the seams -- with new students -- over the next ten to 20 years.

That's why, right now they are seeking taxpayer input on what they should do about the anticipated growth.

School board members believe they will need to construct 29 schools for the new students, at an anticipated cost of close to one billion dollars.

This summer they are sending fliers to area residents, asking them to participate in surveys and public meetings, to help guide future decisions.