Speech to Text for Eagle Point School District Seeks $95M Bond on November Ballot
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of the situation. [a18]your voice your vote-stinond passes here's how much it will cost you. for every $1,000 your property is worth, you'll be taxed 89 cents a year. so if your property is worth 200,000 dollars for example that comes out to an extra 178 dollars a year." the school district understands its a hefty expense but says it needs it to modernize and update many of its classrooms-- especially the science labs at eagle point high school. nat of man flipping broken desk the district and one of the high schools science teachers says the technology and equipment is just plain old--about four decades old. and in order for the students to compete with the real world, it needs to see some improvements. sean says: they'll have to take what they did using my old ancient equipment and it doesn't apply exactly. so okay i kinda did this what that stuff but now i practice." over at table rock elementary, the principal says the school is running out of space in both last year and had to add an additional second grade classroom. principal shehorn says this bond would help school would provide us with an environment that would have all of our kids in one area and provide us with enough space for all of our smoky months that have become the norm with fire season. allen says: "when we have smoke in this area which we do from time to through the heat." if the bond passes, the eagle point school district hopes to update or rebuild these schools over the next five years. andryanna says: "if you are one of the 11,000 registered voters within the eagle point school district, you'll find one of these in your mailbox sometime this week. in white city, issues the eagle point school district hopes to fix with that bond, head to our website, kdrv.com, for more of what the bond plans