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Wit this issue we begin a series of articles about the components of USD 410’s $6.625 million capital-improvement project. The issue will be put to a vote in a bond election on Tuesday, June 5. In addition to local newspaper coverage, board members will be making public presentations about these improvements and the related financial obligations. As soon as dates are confirmed, we will let you know about them. We encourage you to attend at least one of these meetings to be fully informed of the issues.<p>The four components of the project address pertinent needs. The question voters must decide is if they believe the improvements are worth the price tag. It’s important to hear the rationale for the improvements rather than make a hasty judgment.<p>USD 410 patrons have always taken pride in the quality of their schools. It’s up to us to determine if the proposed building improvements ultimately will contribute to the improvement of the overall educational experience. —DR <p>


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