The first of a series of community meetings to review school infrastructure in Prosser and what that could mean for a future bond is May 5.
District officials will share the findings of a study and survey during the 7 p.m. meeting at Prosser High School, a release said. That task force is recommending replacing Prosser High School, expanding the district’s elementary schools and modernizing other facilities.
The task force has worked for about two years to look at the district’s infrastructure and a consultant helped with the review. Estimated costs for the recommended projects and what that could mean for a proposed bond haven’t been released.
The other community meetings are May 11, Keene-Riverview Elementary School; May 19, Prosser Heights Elementary School; and May 25, Whitstran Elementary School. All begin at 7 p.m.