Construction forces move for Bainbridge school board

  • Monday, August 5, 2019 8:30am
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Meetings of the Bainbridge Island School Board will be held in a new location now that work has started on the replacement of Bainbridge High’s 100 Building.

Due to construction on the BHS campus, board meetings will be held at Bainbridge Island Fire Department’s Station 21 at 8895 Madison Ave. NE.

Officials said the school board meetings will return to its usual location upon completion of the BHS construction project, currently planned to wrap up in January 2021.

School board meetings are held most second and last Thursdays of the month and begin at 5:45 p.m.

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