Cheney school board contemplates high school bond decision
Cheney School District board of directors received a financial outlook at their July 16 meeting concerning a possible bond vote to fund a remodel and expansion of the district’s high school — an outlook that left them with even more questions.
The district is hoping to hold a bond vote in February 2015 on a measure that would raise $44,885,830 for the first phase of upgrades, including adding 12 more classrooms, a second main hallway to ease congestion, increasing the size of the entry and cafeteria and reconfiguring of other classroom and administrative spaces. A decision on whether or...
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