Kennewick’s Amistad Elementary School could have a sister school built next to it as part of a scenario proposed by district administrators planning how to spend a $51 million state grant. The grant is intended to help reduce elementary school class sizes throughout the district.
Kennewick’s Amistad Elementary School could have a sister school built next to it as part of a scenario proposed by district administrators planning how to spend a $51 million state grant. The grant is intended to help reduce elementary school class sizes throughout the district. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Kennewick’s Amistad Elementary School could have a sister school built next to it as part of a scenario proposed by district administrators planning how to spend a $51 million state grant. The grant is intended to help reduce elementary school class sizes throughout the district. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Kennewick dual language, east-side students could benefit most from $51M grant

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