Two citizens groups will reconvene in May to re-evaluate space needs and long-range plans for the Washington School District after voters rejected a $65 million bond issue for new construction, renovation and technology improvements.
Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer said the facilities focus group, along with members of the Citizens for Great Schools Committee, which promoted passage of the bond issue, as well as new recruits, will meet Wednesday, May 16. They will break down the election, re-evaluate the long-range plan and discuss steps going forward.
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