A $38.5 million bond for the Iron County (Utah) School District has passed by a large margin. The money will provide for additions to space and upgrades to the infrastructure of Cedar High and East Elementary schools, and will allow for a renovation at Parowan High School, including upgrading the infrastructure to make it compliant with the fire code and Americans With Disabilities Act. The bonds to build a new elementary school will not be issued until needed, depending on student-population growth.
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EARLIER: The Iron County (Utah) district is seeking approval on June 24 of a $38.5 million bond proposal. The money would enable the district to build an elementary school, expand a high school, make accessibility upgrades to another high school, and add on to an existing elementary school. To read The Cedar City Review article, click here.