The Mason County Commission was briefed Monday on the Cooperative High School voters in the Hood Canal School District and the Pioneer School District will be deciding on February 13th. Hood Canal School District Superintendent Shawn Batstone and Pioneer School District Superintendent Martin Brewer explained to the Commissioners how the two Districts have come together to plan what would be the County’s fourth high school if voters approve construction bonds to build the school.
Each District is asking voters to approve a $30 Million bond to build the $60-$70 Million, 100,000 square foot high school for 750 students. If approved, the high school would be built in the Lake Limerick area.
Ballots for this construction bond will be mailed to voters the week of January 23rd. The measure will need a super-majority (60%) to pass. The Superintendents welcome questions on the bond and the Cooperative High School. Feel free to email the superintendents at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.