Wasatch School Bond

Wasatch School District

In a study session before the Wasatch County School District’s regular meeting on February 20th the board and administrators heard from Davis Demographics. The firm showed an updated outlook on growth within the district over the next decade.


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The $150 million school bond to create a new high school in the Heber Valley and to replace the current Midway Elementary school will not pass according to Tuesday night results. 5,223 or 57% residents voted against the bond while 3,921 or 42% voted for it.

The Mayors of six Wasatch County towns released a statement regarding the Wasatch School District $150 million bond.

The Mayors of Charleston, Wallsburg, Daniel, Interlaken, Midway and Heber City have all signed a statement regarding the $150 Million School Bond Wasatch County residents will vote on this election season. The five-paragraph statement was released on Wednesday.

Heber City Mayor Kellen Potter said that after asking questions to the board at an interlocal meeting and a public hearing she heard that she was being described as against addressing the issue.

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The Wasatch County School Board passed a resolution in Tuesday’s special meeting calling a $150 million bond election for a new high school and to replace the current Midway Elementary school.

After addressing some concerns about the location of the proposed high school and comments from the board the resolution was passed unanimously in the Tuesday evening meeting. The resolution means Wasatch County residents will be voting on whether the $150 million bond passes this November.

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Heber Valley elected officials met with the Wasatch County School Board earlier this month. The officials discussed questions about the $150 million bond the school board is proposing in their board meeting Tuesday night.

In the August 8th Interlocal meeting School District Superintendent Paul Sweat and board members presented an informative video before opening up to questions from elected officials of Midway, Heber and Wasatch County. Questions ranged from the location of the school to whether the bond would reach beyond the tax base limits.

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Heber Valley elected officials met with the Wasatch County School Board earlier this month. The officials discussed questions about the $150 million bond the school board is proposing in their board meeting Tuesday night.

In the August 8th Interlocal meeting School District Superintendent Paul Sweat and board members answered questions from elected officials of Midway, Heber and Wasatch County.

Wasatch County Council Member Kendall Crittenden asked the district why they had decided to tear down the old Midway Elementary School while building the new one elsewhere.

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Wasatch School District is considering a proposal to bond for two new schools – and based on the going rate for new schools – this could cost taxpayers upwards of $150 million.

In a publicly noticed meeting, the Wasatch School board met at Wasatch High School on Wednesday. Those in the audience included staff from the district, including over 100 teachers and administrators.