The bond will extensively remodel KaHS, Southridge, and build a brand new Kennewick High. plus refurbish-remodel Amistad and Ridgeview Elementaries, and build another as-yet-to-be-named elementary school.
Soon, ballots will be arriving in mailboxes throughout Kennewick, and voters will be asked to pass a bond that, among numerous other projects, would replace Kennewick High School will a brand new structure.
The local share of the $125 million dollar bond would raise the tax rate on a typical $200,000 home by about $5 a month...
Although Kennewick has continued to grow and numerous elementary and an additional middle school added, coming in February would likely be the biggest investment in high schools made in years.
February 2018 Kennewick School District will ask voters to approve a bond that would not only renovate and add on to Kamiakin and Southridge, but build a completely new Kennewick High School, to replace the
The remarkable part of the bond is, it doesn't involve a tax rate increase.
The Walla Walla School Board has voted unanimously to place a $65.6 million dollar replacement bond before voters this coming November.
The bond would not require any tax rate increase, as the district is going to pay off it's last bond in December...
Ballots have been counted and recounted for three weeks. The Pasco School District needed 60 percent of voters approval for bonds worth $99.5 million to build and remodel schools to relieve overcrowding.