Selah, WASH - Hundreds of people gatherd in Selah Junior High School's cafeteria to get a plate of free spaghetti and to also find out about a proposed 19 million dollar school bond.
The school bond would allow Selah to build a brand new junior high school, which would improve student and faculty safety. The current junior high has 42 doors that lead to the outside and 6 entrance ways. Incase of a lockdown, officials have to walk to all 42 doors and lock them manually. The new school would only have one door and one main entrance way.
Selah residents will receive ballots for the bond by the end of this month and will be due back by May 15th.