On Wednesday, June 1,
the Governing Board approved spending of override funds on life-cycle projects at almost every school for summer and fall of 2017. This will include building maintenance, classroom door security and new cameras.
Also on Wednesday, the Governing Board got their first look at design plans for the new buildings and traffic plans for
Cheyenne. Those plans included changes to the new gym facility based on community feedback, including locker rooms and a centralized office to oversee the court. Thank you for your input!
Finally, this week, a question about whether
Hohokam will be able to keep its kiln when the school is rebuilt was resolved. Good news, young Hohokam artists! We're pleased to report, you
will have a kiln!