Whittier Elementary has nearly 600 students in school this year in a building designed for only 300. Portable classrooms have been the solution for the overflow for many years, but are not an ideal long term solution. The school would be replaced with a new, larger building that would eliminate the need for portables if the March 14 bond passes.
Whittier Elementary has nearly 600 students in school this year in a building designed for only 300. Portable classrooms have been the solution for the overflow for many years, but are not an ideal long term solution. The school would be replaced with a new, larger building that would eliminate the need for portables if the March 14 bond passes. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Whittier Elementary has nearly 600 students in school this year in a building designed for only 300. Portable classrooms have been the solution for the overflow for many years, but are not an ideal long term solution. The school would be replaced with a new, larger building that would eliminate the need for portables if the March 14 bond passes. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Boise City Council backs bond for new, updated school buildings

February 08, 2017 09:35 AM

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