Work begins on new Kennewick school

By the Herald staffApril 28, 2014 

Eastgate Elementary

Construction crews work Monday just to the east of Eastgate Elementary School digging the foundation for part of the new school that will replace the original building and open in fall 2015. It would cost an estimated $16 million to $18 million. Eastgate students will move to the Fruitland building near Kennewick High School during construction.

MATT GADE — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Construction crews work Monday just to the east of Eastgate Elementary School digging the foundation for part of the new school that will replace the original building and open in fall 2015. It will cost an estimated $16 million to $18 million. Eastgate students will move to the Fruitland building near Kennewick High School during construction.

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