Posts Tagged ‘school bond’

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 Classrooms are small, the kitchen is outdated, HVAC systems are nearing expiration and there are next-to-no windows.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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Cashmere School Board Accepts Bids for Vale Elementary, High School Additions

Following the passage of a $12 million bond, the Cashmere School District is planning construction of 14,000 square feet of new classrooms at Vale Elementary School and Cashmere High School. Last week, all bids came in over estimates. So Superintendent Glenn Johnson asked architects and engineers to tighten their belts and try to get their…

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Cascade High School Construction Bid Awarded, Levies Head to Special Ballot

Cascade School District Superintendent Bill Motsenbocker provides an update on bond-funded construction of new facilities in the district, including the addition and renovations at Cascade High, as well as renewal of two Maintenance And Operations Levies heading to Upper Valley residents on a special election ballot Feb. 14.

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Bond-Funded Proposal for Wenatchee High School Renovations Unveiled

Wenatchee School District officials held an informational meeting at Wenatchee High School last night to tour proposed renovations heading to a $150 million bond measure. The school district wants to demolish and replace old English, language and science classrooms, plus add a second story of more classroom and library space. The bond would also pay…

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Wenatchee School District Dedicating New Washington Elementary

The public is invited to a dedication ceremony and ribbon-cutting for the new Washington Elementary School and adjacent Castlerock Early Childhood Learning Center and Special Education Offices today. The dedication is at 5:30 in the school’s cafeteria. Self-guided tours are available from 4-5:15 and 6:15-7:30 p.m. The almost $30 million school was paid for by the Capital Projects Bonds approved…

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