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Hanover voters approve school renovations
During the Hanover School District Annual Meeting on Tuesday voters at the polls said yes to the $5.8 million bond needed to renovate the Bernice A. Ray School, the district’s kindergarten through fifth grade elementary school.
“Obviously we’re elated, but really the community really responded in such a positive way,” Laramie said.
It has been 20 years since the building has had any renovations, Laramie said, and there was a community sentiment that since the new middle school was built about eight years ago and the high school had its own renovation project since then, it was time to address the needs of the elementary school building.
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