Voters in the Washington School District passed a massive $24.5 million school bond to meet the growth needs of the district in the future.
The measure passed, 493-213 or 69.8 percent.
It will fund multiple projects that total 61,719 square feet of new classrooms and entry security features.
A media center, seven new classrooms and a 700 person capacity storm shelter are in the plans.
Also in the bond proposal is a multi-purpose building for the elementary school, a new Fine Arts Building, improvements to the football field and an addition to the Washington Event Center.