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Friday, April 26, 2013 8:50 PM

Clerk’s office helping register seniors before school bond votes

By ABBY CROSTHWAIT, Herald Staff Writer

Though seniors at Central Heights and West Franklin high schools will be gone from classrooms by Election Day, that might not keep them from wanting to vote on the bond issues facing their school districts.

Separate bond elections — both set for June 4 — put funding for repairs and additions to the schools in the Central Heights and West Franklin districts before patrons. The schools’ seniors won’t be around to see the outcome and changes if either of the bonds pass, but they still wanted to have a voice in the election, Jim White, Central Heights superintendent, said.

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