D21 To Look 50 Years Ahead For Facilities Planning

The North Wasco County School District 21 board met with consultants DLR Group to discuss their next steps in facilities planning, and particularly developing a blueprint for the next 50 years.  D-21 Superintendent Candy Armstrong says they want to get buy-in from the community on a long-term vision for schools before going out for a bond measure in 2017 or 2018.  She adds their initial community polling indicates citizens want to start with a new high school, but the district does have a concern about how future bond measures would be viewed.  Armstrong says the next step is to hold community listening sessions.  The D21 board will be setting dates and locations for those meetings.

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