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The classes may have ended, and the kids have a couple of months to do what they want to do, but the work continues in the Lake Chelan School District. Superintendent Brad Wilson says when the final bell for the school year rings, the crews go right to work:

Also, the district will be sending out a second facilities survey this week to get people's thought on what upgrade projects the district should undertake, Wilson has said that either remodeling, or replacing MOE Elementary is a priority, but whatever the district decides on will be expensive:

Wilson says they'll spend the summer going over the survey results, with the task of making decisions on what to do will be happen this fall.

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