Pathways Middle School, made up of portable buildings, will get a brick and mortal schools paid for by West Ada School District plant facilities money. As the district prepares to go to voters for a new plant facilities levy, officials say they will not use the money for new school construction, only remodeling and improvements.
Pathways Middle School, made up of portable buildings, will get a brick and mortal schools paid for by West Ada School District plant facilities money. As the district prepares to go to voters for a new plant facilities levy, officials say they will not use the money for new school construction, only remodeling and improvements. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Pathways Middle School, made up of portable buildings, will get a brick and mortal schools paid for by West Ada School District plant facilities money. As the district prepares to go to voters for a new plant facilities levy, officials say they will not use the money for new school construction, only remodeling and improvements. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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