New bond would help rebuild League City Elementary, Clear View High School
LEAGUE CITY, Texas – From the hallways, to the closets, to even the floors, any spot is a good spot to learn at League City Elementary.
"While the learning continues, the building hasn't necessarily grown as gracefully as many would expect over this time," Elaina Polsen with Clear Creek ISD said.
The school has been forced to get innovative with its instruction, with a study session in the teacher's lounge, a math class in a corridor, and a miniature music classroom holding up to 60 singers at one time.
They're also facing problems that can't be fixed.
"Ceilings that are at 8 feet, and plumbing and foundation issues that can not simply be resolved through regular maintenance," Polsen said.
But an upcoming $487 million bond could bring big changes.
"League City Elementary would be rebuilt, as well as Clear View High School that was another campus built in 1939," Polsen said.
It would, as well, add upgrades to every other campus.
That bond election will be held Saturday, May 6. For more information, visit their website.
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