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Redmond’s School Board is moving forward with plans to improve many of its schools in the coming years. The money is coming from an expected $15 million in bond savings. The money must be spent on capitol improvements, and the District will direct the funds toward improvements at Redmond High, and three of their elementary schools.   “Each school will have a group that will participate in task force to take a look at what design changes and upgrades could be done at each of the schools.” Board President Jim Erickson hopes the improvements could be made by the fall of 2012.

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