The ChelanSchool District spent some time last month prioritizing their list of projects planned to be completed with the use of funds from the recently passed Capital Levy.
District voters approved a capital projects and technology levy of $1.25 million per year for five years in February’s Special election to fund capital improvements in the district.
The improvements will center on five areas: safety and security, growth, program and innovation needs, technology and maintenance.
Chelan Superintendent, Rob Manahan, says those tax dollars will be coming in on a yearly basis- so not all items on the list can be done at once- forcing the board to prioritize.
CTE refers to a Career and Technical Education program that offers high school students the chance to get a head start on preparing for college and careers. CTE programs focus on hands on learning- using core school subjects like math, science and writing in a real life setting.
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