D. 93 Brainstorms to Resolve School Overcrowding


0  Updated at 1:44 pm, September 27th, 2012 By: Managing Editor
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(AMMON) – The Board for Bonneville School District 93 met in Ammon Wednesday to discuss ways to avoid an overcrowding crisis in the near future. Officials say that both Hillcrest and Bonneville High Schools are near capacity, even with modular classrooms. Some suggested building a third high school and middle school, while others suggested moving ninth graders back to middle school. Authorities say they’ll continue to discuss a plan of action to deter a potentially unmanageable problem within the next few years. 




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