An excavator picks through debris in March near a large pile of concrete blocks from the demolition of the former Desert Hill Middle School campus. The Kennewick school board recently approved a $16.5 million bid from Richland-based Fowler General Construction to build a new 30-classroom, dual language elementary school at the site.
An excavator picks through debris in March near a large pile of concrete blocks from the demolition of the former Desert Hill Middle School campus. The Kennewick school board recently approved a $16.5 million bid from Richland-based Fowler General Construction to build a new 30-classroom, dual language elementary school at the site. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
An excavator picks through debris in March near a large pile of concrete blocks from the demolition of the former Desert Hill Middle School campus. The Kennewick school board recently approved a $16.5 million bid from Richland-based Fowler General Construction to build a new 30-classroom, dual language elementary school at the site. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Work starts on new Kennewick dual language elementary

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