by Kurt Hildebrand

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June 13, 2013
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$17.9 million high school expansion OK’d

As the class of 2019 is preparing for middle school, plans for the new Douglas High School got a final green light from school board members. Those new seventh-graders will, in 2015, be the first freshmen at the high school since they left for the middle schools nearly a decade ago. Douglas County School Board trustees on Tuesday voted to approve a $17.9 million plan to make the high school ready for the freshmen class. Principal Marty Swisher said this will be the last quiet summer at the high school if everything goes according to plan. Dirt work on the …

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