HR Schools Start Polling On Potential Bond Measure

The Hood River County School District is in the midst of doing community polling that will help determine the kind of bond measure it will seek in May.  School board members are in the midst of deciding how much to seek to do deferred maintenance and add space to ease crowding in schools particularly in the lower valley, with the major decision revolving around whether to build a new elementary school either on the current May Street School site or on land on Sherman Street, or to expand Westside Elementary.  Superintendent Dan Goldman says once the polling is done, decisions will be made in January.  The measure would be on the May 17 primary election ballot.

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