Denison voters have approved a five-million dollar bond issue to build a new middle school. More than 15-hundred people voted yesterday with the bond issue passing 981-565. It needed 60-percent approval to pass and got 63-percent. The district plans to break ground on the grades 6-8 middle school near the high school next spring, with the current middle school being retooled to house 4th and 5th graders. The total cost of the project is nine-million dollars with the remaining four-million coming from an existing school infrastructure local option sales tax.
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