Bonds would enable Ohio district to build high scho

Dec. 14, 2007
New facility in Southwest Licking would relieve crowding

Voters in the Southwest Licking (Ohio) Local School District will decide in March on a $68 million bond election. The bonds would enable the district to build a new high school to relieve crowding. With a new 1,600-student high school, the district could reconfigure its other school buildings. District enrollment has jumped from 3,509 in 2005 to 3,895 this year.

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