$3 million bond proposal approved in Grain Valley (Mo.) district

Feb. 9, 2011
Middle school will get new gymnasium

From The Kansas City Star: Voters in the Grain Valley (Mo.) School District have approved a $3 million bond issue that will pay for a gym at the new Grain Valley North Middle School, as well as science classrooms at the district’s high school. Administrators say the middle school improvements were needed so physical education students wouldn’t have to work around the lunchroom schedule.

JANUARY 2011...from The Blue Springs Examiner: Grain Valley (Mo.) school district voters will be deciding on a $3 million, no tax increase bond issue Feb. 8. The bond needs two-thirds majority to be approved. Funding would go toward construction of a gymnasium at the newly opened Grain Valley North Middle School and additional classrooms at Grain Valley High School.

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