School board approves using $3.6 million in unused 2010 bond revenue on capital facilities needs
Renovating and expanding Cheney High School will have to wait at least another year.
The Cheney School Board voted 4-1 at its Aug. 21 meeting to delay until 2015 a bond vote to fund high school renovation work. The bond would raise $44.9 million for work at the high school that includes 12 new classrooms, a larger cafeteria, redesign to ease overcrowding and student traffic flow along with a 700-seat performing arts auditorium.
The board made its decision after a public process that included research and recommendations from a citizens advisory committee, public hearing and comments and a p...