The Pasco School District will hold informational meetings for district residents regarding district growth and a possible bond election for new facilities.
Wednesday's meeting will be at Stevens Middle School, and the final one is June 21 at McLoughlin Middle School. Each meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. in each school's gymnasium.
The district faces overcrowding at every school, some at more than double their designed capacity.
Board members gave preliminary support in March to a proposal for two new elementary schools and an early learning center for kindergartners. Those projects and several others would be paid for by a proposed $46.4 million bond that must be approved by voters.