From The Philadelphia Inquirer: The Pennsauken (N.J.) school system is asking voters for their approval to build a $34.6 million elementary school to replace two aging district buildings. The campus would house 600 students in prekindergarten to fourth grade. The plan includes tearing down Central Elementary School, which closed in 2007 because of water leaks, mold, and air-quality problems. The district also would close Longfellow Elementary School, which would require substantial repairs to continue operating. The new school would have rooftop solar panels to generate electricity, energy-saving climate-control technology, a media center, a cafeteria, a gym, and improved security. About $2.4 million of the funding would come from the state.