Posts Tagged ‘Brian Flones’

Wenatchee School District Proposes $120 Million Bond To Renovate High School

Wenatchee High School, built in 1972, needs some major renovations. Classrooms are small, the kitchen is outdated, HVAC systems are nearing expiration and there are next-to-no windows. Last month, the school board passed a resolution to run a $120 million construction bond to modernize the high school, including a new 3-story section, modernizing tech and…

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Wenatchee School District Asking Voters to Renew Programs, Operations Levies

Next month, voters in the Wenatchee area will be casting ballots to either support or reject a school maintenance and operations levy. Wenatchee School District Superintendant Brian Flones, joined Chris Hansen on the KOHO Morning Show, said the levy isn’t new but rather a call to continue the funding of an older one which voters…

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Wenatchee School District to Pass on Federal Building

Last month the Wenatchee School District announced their interest in the empty Federal Building on Yakima Street as a high school annex. The former home to the U.S. Postal Service is currently owned by the General Services Administration and could have been deeded to the district for almost its full price. But at tomorrow’s school…

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Wenatchee School District Eyes Vacant Federal Building

The Wenatchee School District is considering acquiring the former Wenatchee Federal Building on Yakima St. for use as a high school. The U.S. Department of Education awards surplus federal real estate to education institutions, and a grants-in-aid program offers discounts from 40-100% of fair market value. The district would need to commit to using the…

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