School bond wouldn’t cut operational costs as hoped

The elementary bond election approved by the Helena School Board of Trustees Wednesday night could solve problems with aging infrastructure and student displacement, but would not save operational expenses that could be reinvested in educational resources as hoped.

“It won’t be until later bonds that we can really start reaping the resources that we would like to see, but that’s another discussion down the road,” Superintendent Kent Kulgen said.

 

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