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Riesgraf noted that changes would have been necessary this year even had the bond passed because it would have taken time to build the new schools.
Leonard said she didn’t support the bond because it seemed too broad. She said she’d like to see the district propose a smaller, more specifically targeted bond. Larsen said she thinks there would be more support for a future bond as well.
Learn more about Jordan boundary proposals
Open houses » The Jordan School District will hold open houses this week to help parents learn about and discuss proposed boundary changes. All run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on these dates: Jan. 7, Elk Ridge Middle School; Jan. 8, Copper Mountain Middle School; Jan. 9, South Jordan Middle School.
Survey » Patrons can also go to www.jordandistrict.org to fill out surveys about the proposals.
Hearing » The district will also hold a public hearing on the issues on Jan. 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the Board Room at the Jordan District Auxiliary Services Building, 7905 South Redwood Road, West Jordan.
Riesgraf said the board has not yet discussed whether to pursue another bond. Board president Richard Osborn said he was not available for comment on the issues last week.
The board may decide how to shift boundaries at its Jan. 28 meeting, Riesgraf said.
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