by Kurt Hildebrand

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January 24, 2014
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$17.9 million Douglas High expansion OK’d

A $17.9 million expansion of Douglas High School was approved by the Douglas County School Board on Tuesday. “I didn’t think we’d get there for the price tag,” District Chief Financial Officer Holly Luna said. “We got a heck of a lot for this price.” The expansion includes construction of a two-story science, technology, engineering and mathematics building on the east side of the campus, expansion of the small gym and altering the commons, kitchen to accommodate the first freshman class in 11 years. Alternatives approved by the school board include the purchase of lockers, addition of exterior storage rooms, …

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