Lexington School Board to Place New Buildings Issue on Ballot

Voters in the Lexington school district will see an issue on the ballot coming up in November for two new buildings. The Lexington school board voted this week to put the issue on the ballot for two buildings, which one would house Pre-K–6th grade and the other, 7th through 12th grade.  RichlandSource.com reports the average age of the district’s current 5 buildings is 69 years old.  A Part of the junior high actually was built back in the late 1890’s. Lexington Superintendent Mike Ziegelhoffer said “We feel very positive this is something the district needs, not only for our current students, but for students over the next 50 years.

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