Arlington school bond includes junior high demolition, rezoning

Arlington school bond includes junior high demolition, rezoning

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Hutcheson Junior High on Thursday, April 24. The potential passage of a $663.1 million bond election on May 10 in Arlington will result in the rezoning of junior high students. Most notably, Hutcheson Junior High, one of the oldest in the district, will be demolished to make way for a $46 million Career and Technical Center.

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by MONICA S. NAGY

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Posted on May 5, 2014 at 9:24 AM

Updated Monday, May 5 at 9:24 AM

ARLINGTON — On the city’s east side, one of the oldest junior high schools stands in need of several million dollars’ worth of repairs.

Built in 1963, Hutcheson Junior High has seen better days. Its linoleum floors are cracked, scratched and peeling. Its classrooms are outdated and worn-out metal-framed windows are wasting energy.

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