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Yelm Community Schools infrastructure needs our help

When the scent of natural gas was detected, classes were cancelled at Yelm High School less than a week into the new school year, due to an emergency closure Monday, September 14. This is yet again a clarion call that the aging infrastructure [and overcrowding] in the Yelm Community Schools needs voter attention, especially during the levies.

– “Yelm High cancels classes for gas leak”
“Students are expected to return to classes Tuesday at Yelm High School, which underwent an emergency closure Monday.

The scent of natural gas was detected at the school at about 5:10 a.m. by the assistant principal, according to principal Brian Wharton,” quoting Lisa Pemberton, The Olympian.
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– How you can help
Contact “Citizens for Support of Yelm Schools” for information on how you can contribute and assist in educating the pubic on school levy issues
Click here

The Citizens for Support of Yelm Schools Auction is Wednesday, September 30,
5pm Social, Dinner, Raffle & Silent Auction
6:15pm Live Auction

Nisqually Springs Farm
17835 SR 507
Yelm WA.

All proceeds from the auction will benefit the Citizens for Support of Yelm Schools replacement levy campaign fund.

To donate an item, contact: citizens4yelmschools@gmail.com

Posted by Steve on September 21, 2015 at 6:44 am | Permalink

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