Bentonville Schools Seeking Traffic Study Help

Posted: March 31, 2014 at 5 a.m.

The School District hopes Benton County and Centerton will share the cost of a traffic study to help prepare for the opening of Bentonville West High School.


Bentonville West High School

Voters approved Bentonville’s second high school in September. It will cost about $86 million. The state will contribute $13 million to the project.

The School Board has not decided on attendance boundaries for the two high schools. A boundaries recommendation likely will be developed by School District administrators through a study that looks at the entire kindergarten through 12th-grade landscape. The administration has proposed doing the study this summer and making a boundaries recommendation to the board by September.

Source: Staff Report

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