Bond approval will enable Nebraska district to expand elementary school

Sept. 15, 2011
Broken Bow district wins approval of $5.83 million bond request

From The Grand Island Independent: The Broken Bow (Neb.) School District has won approval of a bond proposal to relieve crowding at its elementary schools. Voters authorized a $5.83 million bond to pay for renovations to North Park Elementary School. The election marked the third time the district had attempted to pass a bond since 2008. The bond was nearly half what the bond request in 2010 and 2008. The bond will add classrooms to the North Park building to accommodate kindergarten through fourth grade, leaving the Custer building for fifth and sixth grades.

JULY 2011....from The Lexington Clipper-Herald: The Broken Bow (Neb.) School Board will ask the district's voters on Sept. 13 to approve issuing $5.83 million in bonds to expand an elementary school. The proposed additions and renovations at North Park Elementary School would enable the district to add grades 3 and 4 to K-2 building.

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