High school bond headed to voters
Cheney School Board votes 4-1 to send second school construction measure in four years to 2015 ballot
The Cheney School District board of directors voted 4-1 to authorize a Feb. 10, 2015 ballot measure seeking voter approval of $44,885,830 in general obligations bonds to fund expansion and remodeling of the district’s high school.
The money would build 12 new classrooms, remove eight existing portables, construct and equip specialty academic spaces — a language clarification allowing construction of a new Three Springs High School on the grounds — along with a new gym and new wrestling/aerobics room. Also included is an expanded cafeteria and student commons, a new main hallway to hel...
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