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Blue Valley Bond Issue Passes

Unofficial results are in, and voters in the Blue Valley School District have approved a $271 million bond issue. According to the Johnson County Election Office, about 62 percent voted “yes,” and about 38 percent voted “no.” Out of more than 74,000 registered voters, almost 29,000 submitted ballots. District administrators plan to use proceeds from … Continue reading

Gardner Edgerton Bond Issue Passes

Unofficial results are in, and voters in the Gardner Edgerton School District have approved the $72 million bond issue. According to the Johnson County Election Office, about 54 percent voted “yes,” and about 46 percent voted “no.” Out of more than 12,000 registered voters, just over 5,000 submitted ballots. District administrators plan to use more … Continue reading

Gardner Edgerton Board of Education to Meet Monday Evening

The Gardner Edgerton School District’s Board of Education will meet Monday, Jan. 23, at 6 p.m. Despite the fact that the board is asking citizens to approve a $72 million bond issue to pay for new schools and athletic facilities, the district has not posted an agenda for the board meeting on its website. The Board of Education meeting, which … Continue reading

Bond Report: Spring Hill Breaks Ground on Prairie Creek Elementary Construction Project

Hundreds of Prairie Creek Elementary students were shivering Monday morning, but their yellow plastic hard hats brightened an otherwise damp, gray day. They were gathered for the groundbreaking of a new addition to their school. According to district administrators, the addition is needed to eliminate overcrowding. The current school has room for only 242 of … Continue reading

Class Size & Football Stadium at Issue in Gardner Edgerton Bond Vote

Gardner Edgerton Unified School District 231 can proceed with plans asking citizens to approve $72 million in bonds, now that the Kansas State Board of Education has approved the January vote. Building new schools to eliminate overcrowding would be the primary purpose of funds if voters approve the bonds. According to Gardner Edgerton administrators, the … Continue reading

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