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I am writing about the change in the plans the district has for use of the last school bond. We, the people, voted for a school bond to build three schools. Now the district wants to build two, having one hold over 900 kids in Lexington. I am totally against this idea. The larger the school and classes, the less students learn because teachers don't have time to spend with the children that are struggling. I heard that the classes would be small, but there were suppose to be three schools, so why should we believe the small class statement? This three-story school will also cause traffic problems in the Lexington community. If the board wants to change their plans, then the people should get a new vote based on what they really want to do.

Darryl DeSpain

Kelso

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