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Pasco School District creating naming committee for two new schools

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PASCO, WA - Pasco School District is seeking community members, parents, and district employees to serve on a Naming Committee that will recommend a list of school names to the Board of Directors from those that have been submitted by the public. Pasco’s new Elementary #16 and Elementary #17 will be named through this process.

The naming committee will meet on September 27 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the District’s administration building on Lewis Street. Those who are interested can apply to be a member of the Naming Committee on the District website at www.psd1.org/SchoolNames. Interested applicants can also call (509) 543-6734 or email rhay@psd1.org for additional information.

The District is still accepting nominations from the public on the names of two new elementary schools. Names most likely to be forwarded to the Board of Directors for consideration will honor the contributions of individuals to the development of young children. Nominations can be submitted on the District website at www.psd1.org/SchoolNames and are due by midnight on September 22.

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