The Pasco School Board will consider placing a $69.5 million bond request on the ballot on Feb. 14, 2017. If approved, it will trigger a fresh round of new school construction. Above, workers install a roof at Marie Curie STEM Elementary School, funded by a bond approved in 2013.
The Pasco School Board will consider placing a $69.5 million bond request on the ballot on Feb. 14, 2017. If approved, it will trigger a fresh round of new school construction. Above, workers install a roof at Marie Curie STEM Elementary School, funded by a bond approved in 2013. File Tri-City Herald
The Pasco School Board will consider placing a $69.5 million bond request on the ballot on Feb. 14, 2017. If approved, it will trigger a fresh round of new school construction. Above, workers install a roof at Marie Curie STEM Elementary School, funded by a bond approved in 2013. File Tri-City Herald

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