An artist's renering of Elbert's new school.
Construciton is well underway in Elbert at the site of the town's new school. Photo by George Lurie
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What a waste! the county is going bankrupt and they saddle us with another school bond. Yes, some children will have a fine new building to be institutionalized in and taxpayers will have more debt to pay and commissioners can ask us to voluntarily raise our taxes again! Meanwhile, the cost of government-run public school skyrockets north of $12,000 per year per student! We continue to try and figure out why children can't get a good education and how to solve that problem as well. Forced taxation for education is not the solution but the system continues to brainwash us that it is despite the fact that we have proven for decades that it is a failed system unless you consider the continued moral decay we are suffering through as success. I say no forced taxation for education and let the users pay for the service they desire. Send 'em all home with ipads for a while and let the children do some home study under the guidance of their parents!
Valor Christian’s players held up one hand as they gathered near the goal posts under the Sports Authority Field scoreboard.
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