Wichita school board members voted 6-1 Monday to spend $420,000 to move more employees into a new district headquarters at the former Southeast High School, at Lincoln and Edgemoor.
Wichita school board members voted 6-1 Monday to spend $420,000 to move more employees into a new district headquarters at the former Southeast High School, at Lincoln and Edgemoor. Wichita Eagle File photo
Wichita school board members voted 6-1 Monday to spend $420,000 to move more employees into a new district headquarters at the former Southeast High School, at Lincoln and Edgemoor. Wichita Eagle File photo

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June 20, 2017 11:02 AM

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