Spokane Public Schools levy and bond information
SPOKANE, Wash. - This March, Spokane Public Schools will ask taxpayers to vote on a bond and levy replacement to renovate a number of Spokane schools. The $288 Million Dollar bond project would modernize the district's oldest and least efficient buildings including Ferris High School, Jefferson Elementary, Westview Elementary, Hutton Elementary, Finch Elementary, Salk Middle School, Garry Middle School, Havermale High School, Lewis and Clark High School Rogers High School, and Shadle Park High School. The bond would pay for building improvements while the Levy would pay for extra curricular activities and learning programs. The community will be able to vote on the bond and levy on March 10th 2009.
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