Sandy Shoen’s sixth-grade orchestra class at Mountain View Elementary holds 22 students in a room that is a former stage, doing double duty as storage closet. Mountain View would get a rebuild if Boise’s construction bond passed March 14.
Sandy Shoen’s sixth-grade orchestra class at Mountain View Elementary holds 22 students in a room that is a former stage, doing double duty as storage closet. Mountain View would get a rebuild if Boise’s construction bond passed March 14. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Sandy Shoen’s sixth-grade orchestra class at Mountain View Elementary holds 22 students in a room that is a former stage, doing double duty as storage closet. Mountain View would get a rebuild if Boise’s construction bond passed March 14. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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