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Fayetteville High School Students First

61 Signatures Goal: 100

When considering the future of Fayetteville High School, the needs of our students must come first. The best option for our students, faculty, community and taxpayers is to build a new high school in a new location and sell the old location to the University of Arkansas. We believe a new location will improve student safety, save taxpayers money, equip Fayetteville High School with a world-class facility that will serve the community\'s needs well into the future, and most importantly, provide our students with the modern, spacious facility they deserve. Conversely, renovating and expanding the old high school would compromise the educational experiences of at least eight classes of students and require double the millage increase of building on the current site. This option will also not solve the fundamental problem of crowding and lack of space at the current facility. We urge the Fayetteville School Board to build a new, world-class high school at a new location and sell the current location to the University to offset construction costs.

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http://www.faystudentsfirst.org

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  • 7 years ago
    Shannon Peters United States
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    Ellen Tidwell United States
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    Frank Broyles United States
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    Amy Langston United States
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    Christian Vaught United States
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    Hank Broyles United States
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    Tim Smith United States
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    brett zaloudek United States
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    test United States
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    Cristy Smith United States
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    Beth Bryan United States
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    kharyssa brown United States
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    Don Glover United States
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    Janice Williams United States
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    Susan M. Nefzger United States
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