In a public survey, 97 percent of staff at Prosser High School said a new high school should go up at a new location. An overwhelming majority of students and residents agreed, with 85 percent and 80 percent approval, respectively.
In a public survey, 97 percent of staff at Prosser High School said a new high school should go up at a new location. An overwhelming majority of students and residents agreed, with 85 percent and 80 percent approval, respectively. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file
In a public survey, 97 percent of staff at Prosser High School said a new high school should go up at a new location. An overwhelming majority of students and residents agreed, with 85 percent and 80 percent approval, respectively. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file

Prosser school board meeting Tuesday to decide on long-range facilities plan

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