NCWLIFE Presents School Bond Broadcast
WENATCHEE, WA – NCWLIFE Channel presented a special one hour Town Hall broadcast March 21st at Wenatchee High School to provide information about a proposed construction bond. The $120-million proposal would renovate and add to Wenatchee High School. Ballots go out to voters in the Wenatchee School District the first week of April with the election April 24th. NCWLIFE’s Dan Kuntz moderated the event LIVE from the Wenatchee High School Large Group Instructional Room at the high school.
The original broadcast was 1-hour in length, but ran short on time for questions and answers at the end. For our website audience, we present the entire broadcast PLUS another 21-minutes of questions and answers once we went off the air.
Speakers at the Town Hall included:
Brian Flones – WSD Superintendent
Eric Anderson – WHS Principal
Laura Jaecks – WSD Board Member
Joy McCallum-Clark – Citizens Facility Committee Member
John McQuaig – Citizens Facility Committee Member
Brian Vertrees – Citizens Facility Committee Member
Sebastian Pasion – WHS Student
Beth Chvilicek – WHS Student
Natalie Valdez – WHS Student
Ashley Turner – WHS Student
Adam MacDonald – WHS Social Studies Teacher
Cesar Mendoza – WHS Science Teacher
Molly Butler – WHS Language Arts Teacher
Jeff Leavitt – WHS Business Instructor
This event was intended for information regarding the current conditions of Wenatchee High School, the work of a citizens committee to find a solution, and a look at what those solutions are and how much it will cost.
The program will re-air, including the bonus 21-minutes for the Q&A, on the NCWLIFE Channel on the following days and times:
Monday, March 26th – 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, March 27th – 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 28th – 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 29th – 8:30 p.m. (following Hockey Night)
Friday, March 30th – 1:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 31st – 9:00 a.m.
For more information on the Wenatchee High School Construction Bond, click HERE. To watch more interviews regarding the current conditions of Wenatchee High School, go to the Wake Up Wenatchee Valley page. We’ll also be posting an episode about the $120-million proposal on a future Let’s Learn program in early April.