Now that Dorchester School District 2 voters have said “Yes 4 Schools,” the school board has to figure out where to start spending the $180 million on new schools and renovations.
“We are putting together a plan,” said District Superintendent Joe Pye. “Where are we going? What are the decisions we have to make? Which projects need to get out of the ground now?”
The board will have a workshop at 4:30 p.m. Monday to figure out the next step.
Read more in Tuesday’s editions of The Post and Courier.
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