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I recently met with representatives of the Enumclaw School District at the Black Diamond Elementary School. What Judy and I wanted to find was more information about the replacement plans for the Black Diamond Elementary School buildings.
Community Events, April 2015
The Enumclaw School district sure is putting on a full-court press get us to spend taxpayers’ money on two schools. The Courier-Herald has had no less than two articles about the bond with quotes from the superintendent as to why this bond is necessary.
I’m a fourth-grader at Southwood Elementary School and I will be a future student of Enumclaw High School.
Several years ago a school bond issue, similar to the one being proposed here in Enumclaw, was coming up for a vote in Castle Rock. Like the one here, it was bond that would make new improvements for the school without increasing taxes. My parents, both retired, told me that they were not voting for it.
The Enumclaw High School Science Department is excited to be a big part of the upcoming school bond. Our facilities are to be redesigned so that we can do things that were just not possible 47 years ago when our current building was constructed. One feature of the planned design is the addition of shared spaces for dedicated chemistry labs and for more hands-on engineering activities.