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Voters in the Jefferson County School District will vote this May on whether to approve a nearly $27 million  School Bond. It will include a new K-8 grade school on the Warm Springs Reservation. Superintendent Rick Molitor explains what the bond would pay for. “That bond would include the number one priority of the joint partnership with the Warm Springs Reservation, a K-8 facility on the reservation, along with general improvements to schools in the District and a Performing Arts Center.” The new bond payments if approved, would not increase the existing tax rate because it would be replacing two current bonds that are expiring.
 
 
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