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"If I was in West Jordan, if I was in Kearns, I’d be concerned," she added. "They’re going to be paying all this money and I get the great new school."
Jordan School District patrons speak out
A recent survey by the Jordan School District found:
About four out of five respondents approve raising taxes for a bonding plan to raise for money for swelling enrollment. Twenty percent gave a flat-out “no.”
For school buildings, patrons feel safety is most important, followed by cost effectiveness. Technology and looks came in last.
For cost-cutting measures, 80 percent of respondents said they approved of using mobile classrooms. Three quarters OK’d the current year-round schedule. Least popular: busing students to schools in other areas and splitting the school day in two.
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