Minter Creek Elementary first-graders Kameron Kilner, Angelina Segrera, James Kane, and Nehemiah Grandorff work on writing critiques. Minter Creek is one school in the Peninsula School District targeted for new upgrades if the $220-million bond measure passed in April. On March 22, the Peninsula School District board of directors approved a $3-million budget extension to bring two portables to Minter Creek Elementary to help with overcrowding.
Minter Creek Elementary first-graders Kameron Kilner, Angelina Segrera, James Kane, and Nehemiah Grandorff work on writing critiques. Minter Creek is one school in the Peninsula School District targeted for new upgrades if the $220-million bond measure passed in April. On March 22, the Peninsula School District board of directors approved a $3-million budget extension to bring two portables to Minter Creek Elementary to help with overcrowding. HUGH MCMILLAN Staff file, 2015
Minter Creek Elementary first-graders Kameron Kilner, Angelina Segrera, James Kane, and Nehemiah Grandorff work on writing critiques. Minter Creek is one school in the Peninsula School District targeted for new upgrades if the $220-million bond measure passed in April. On March 22, the Peninsula School District board of directors approved a $3-million budget extension to bring two portables to Minter Creek Elementary to help with overcrowding. HUGH MCMILLAN Staff file, 2015