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Board To Discuss Survey

59 Percent Support Second High School At Lower Cost

Posted: January 14, 2013 at 5 a.m.

The Bentonville School Board, with a recent survey in hand, will look at ways to ease overcrowding at the high school today.

At A Glance

The Last Time Around

A failed millage increase in June 2012 would have paid for a second high school with athletic facilities in the Bentonville School District and districtwide upgrades to technology along with heating and cooling improvements. A second high school would have used up $94 million of the $128 million proposal.

Source: Staff Report

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