Rebuilding the rubric

August 20, 2013

Major projects are designed to upgrade school district facilities

 

By Greg Farrar Construction workers continue to demolish the old and create the new at Liberty High School, with a new commons, auxiliary gym and science lab ready for students, but many classes are being held in portable classrooms this school year.

By Greg Farrar
Construction workers continue to demolish the old and create the new at Liberty High School, with a new commons, auxiliary gym and science lab ready for students, but many classes are being held in portable classrooms this school year.

Voters in the Issaquah School District are starting to see the results of a $219 million bond measure they approved more than a year ago.

Work is well under way at most of the district’s 24 schools on a variety of projects, some to increase student capacity and some to improve aging infrastructure.

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