Public meeting on school construction project at Hancock School
Supt. Jerry Martinson opened the meeting by giving a run-down of how the school board came to this decision. He explained that the board had been considering replacing the 1928 high school building in five years when a current referendum would expire. However, increasing enrollment and special education needs, as well as the demand for more computer use, has led to a shortage of classroom space at the school.
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