Heather Elwell, a kindergarten teacher at Maple Lawn Elementary School in Sumner, tries to organize and account for students before they go out for recess on Tuesday. If the Capital Projects Bond passes, preschool and kindergarten students would move to a new Early Learning Center, allowing the district to open up classrooms inside the school to fourth- and fifth-graders that are currently in seven portable classrooms.
Heather Elwell, a kindergarten teacher at Maple Lawn Elementary School in Sumner, tries to organize and account for students before they go out for recess on Tuesday. If the Capital Projects Bond passes, preschool and kindergarten students would move to a new Early Learning Center, allowing the district to open up classrooms inside the school to fourth- and fifth-graders that are currently in seven portable classrooms. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
Heather Elwell, a kindergarten teacher at Maple Lawn Elementary School in Sumner, tries to organize and account for students before they go out for recess on Tuesday. If the Capital Projects Bond passes, preschool and kindergarten students would move to a new Early Learning Center, allowing the district to open up classrooms inside the school to fourth- and fifth-graders that are currently in seven portable classrooms. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

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