The Piper (Kan.) district has won voter approval of a $29.9 million bond proposal. The money will be used to pay for a $16 million elementary school and a $10.4 million expansion plan at Piper High School. Another $2.5 million will go for high school renovations; and $1 million will be used for district technology and security improvements.
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EARLIER: The Piper (Kan.) school district is considering whether to have a $29 million bond election later this year. The school board has not set a date for an election, but it has approved a facilities committee recommendation for a $29 million package. The money would pay for a new elementary school and an expansion and renovation of the district's high school. (Kansas City Kansan)