Sewanhaka S.D. to vote on $86M bond for restoration, renovation of 5 high schools

According to literature put out by the district,

According to literature put out by the district, the bond will cost the average homeowner about $9.50 per month, which equals $114 per year. (Credit: News 12)

Taxpayers within Sewanhaka School District will be voting later this month on an $86 million bond to be used toward repairs at five high schools.

Sewanhaka School Superintendent Dr. Ralph Ferrie tells News 12 that the schools suffer from leaky roofs and faulty heating ventilations systems. He also says the district’s five high school auditoriums are in need of an overhaul.


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