Last December, voters in the Elder Grove school district approved a $5 million bond and now the district is ready to open its first project to bidders next month.
Elder Grove School students run to line up at the end of recess on Friday.
Elder Grove School students, including Dylan Philippi, sliding, play on the snowy playground at recess on Friday.
Elder Grove School second-graders, including Paige Lethert, center, take a spelling test in Jackie Clement’s class on Friday. The school has been cramped for space as enrollment has increased over the last three years. A $5 million bond passed by voters last year will allow the school to bui…
Teachers lead a kindergarten class between buildings at Elder Grove School on Friday. Voters approved a $5 million bond last year that will allow the school to build a breezeway connecting its various buildings on campus.
Elder Grove School first-grader Dominic Follette, center, plays on the slide during recess on Friday. The school hopes to move its playground from in front of the school to a larger area behind the school and away from the corner of West 64th Street and Hesper Road.
School District 2 officials spent Wednesday morning meeting with A&E Architects, looking at the next several months of facilities work to be done now that voters have passed a $122 million bond.
No one stood to address the board during its period of public comment, and after two short hours and the completion of some perfunctory business, the Billings School District 2 board meeting finished.
All over the district, years of accumulated deferred maintenance have created frustrating problems for teachers and custodial staff members.
The Glantz sisters sat down in the McKinley Elementary School auditorium Tuesday night, curious to learn what Billings School District 2 had planned for the century-old building.
In a letter sent out to acquaintances and contacts — and the Gazette's opinion page — past school board chairwoman Barbara Bryan makes her case for opposing the school district's $122 million bond.
The Election Day clock is ticking and School District 2 officials are making a final push to take their case to the community for a $122 million bond.
For more than an hour on Monday night, School District 2 board trustees discussed the merits of building reserve levies versus construction bonds.
School District 2 is one step closer to placing on the November ballot a $120 million bond question and an option to buy a 17-acre property in the Heights.
The School District 2 board at its Monday night meeting selected three sites in the Heights and one on the West End as the possible locations for the two new middle schools the district hopes to build.
Just this week, three new students enrolled at Elysian School, bringing the total number of students there to 209.
Elder Grove School is asking school district voters to approve a $5 million bond to expand the school.