With students now into their 4th month at the new middle-high school facility at Defiance City Schools; the board of education is focusing their attention on what to do with the oldest facilities in the district. At their Wednesday meeting, the Defiance School Board voted to tear down a 100-year old structure, the 1918 building. Defiance superintendent Mike Struble reports the school board is still debating how to proceed with the old gym at the Arabella Street location. The major emphasis will be to keep the Central auditorium upgraded with air conditioning and handicapped accessible improvements. The Claude Hinkle Middle School facility will remain the home for public pre-school in Defiance.