Yelm Middle School assistant principal Craig Curry chats with student as they bustle from the rows for portable classrooms between session periods Jan. 20th. The district was hoping to replace the existing middle school with a larger building to increase capacity and improve campus security as part of a bond measure. However, the latest ballot count shows the district’s bond request is failing for the second time in less than a year.
Yelm Middle School assistant principal Craig Curry chats with student as they bustle from the rows for portable classrooms between session periods Jan. 20th. The district was hoping to replace the existing middle school with a larger building to increase capacity and improve campus security as part of a bond measure. However, the latest ballot count shows the district’s bond request is failing for the second time in less than a year. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Yelm Middle School assistant principal Craig Curry chats with student as they bustle from the rows for portable classrooms between session periods Jan. 20th. The district was hoping to replace the existing middle school with a larger building to increase capacity and improve campus security as part of a bond measure. However, the latest ballot count shows the district’s bond request is failing for the second time in less than a year. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

Latest count: Bond requests failing in Yelm, passing in Olympia

February 11, 2016 02:17 PM

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