During five-minute passing periods at Bethel High, nearly 600 students navigate the “Bethel Bottleneck,” a convergence of hallways and stairs that leads to the only door accessing 16 portable classrooms. The high school is currently at a maximum capacity of 1,600 students and would be modernized and partially replaced if the April 26 bond issue passes.
During five-minute passing periods at Bethel High, nearly 600 students navigate the “Bethel Bottleneck,” a convergence of hallways and stairs that leads to the only door accessing 16 portable classrooms. The high school is currently at a maximum capacity of 1,600 students and would be modernized and partially replaced if the April 26 bond issue passes. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
During five-minute passing periods at Bethel High, nearly 600 students navigate the “Bethel Bottleneck,” a convergence of hallways and stairs that leads to the only door accessing 16 portable classrooms. The high school is currently at a maximum capacity of 1,600 students and would be modernized and partially replaced if the April 26 bond issue passes. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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