If voters approve Northwest schools’ bond May 6, Byron Nelson High School, which opened in 2009, would get additional classrooms to increase the school’s capacity from 2,400 to 3,200.
If voters approve Northwest schools’ bond May 6, Byron Nelson High School, which opened in 2009, would get additional classrooms to increase the school’s capacity from 2,400 to 3,200. RODGER MALLISON Star-Telegram archives
If voters approve Northwest schools’ bond May 6, Byron Nelson High School, which opened in 2009, would get additional classrooms to increase the school’s capacity from 2,400 to 3,200. RODGER MALLISON Star-Telegram archives

Tight budget means larger schools in Northwest bond

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