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School fees, construction projects get nod
by LOUISE R. SHAW
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CLEARFIELD – At its most recent meeting March 18, members of the Davis School Board approved several fee increases and authorized several remodeling projects.

Students involved in the Davis Youth Symphony will be asked to pay $115 per year, a $15 increase over last year’s fee. The total amount covers the music, supplies and director’s fees, according to information provided by Shauna Lund, community relations specialist for the district.

Drill team participation will be capped at $900 for uniforms and clinics this year, an increase of $50 from last year.

A $35 charge will be passed along to students being home-schooled or those in private or charter schools, for tests to participate in the Primary Advanced  Learners or the Spectrum programs.

The board approved roof replacements at Farmington Junior High (built in 1982), Kaysville Junior High (built in 1979) and the District Administration Building (built in 1969). 

Construction work was also authorized for the ongoing remodel at Bountiful High School. Classrooms in the art wing of the school will get new ceilings, lighting, carpet, paint and air conditioning. The improvements are expected to take place over the summer and be complete by August 15. 

 

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