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Arizona School Administrators Association Educational Services Administrators Division

Jody Leinenwever


Arizona School Administrators Association Educational Services Administrators Division

Jody Leinenwever, Assistant Superintendent


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Jody Leinenwever, Assistant Superintendent


Rich school districts tap taxpayers for amenities

State Facilities Board officials said the district has enough square footage , said Assistant Superintendent Jody Leinenwever , but the growing West Valley district wants to build more so it can divide its students into smaller campuses.Total request : $14 million.• Deer Valley , which is building a high school funded mostly with state funds , but is adding $5.5 million left over from a 1996 bond election for extras , such as building blocks that never need painting and video security cameras.Money raised in November's election would pay for items not covered by state funds , such as a performing arts building and second gymnasium.Total request : $121 million.The district voters don't want Cadillac schools , Tait said , more like a Buick , a slight upgrade..


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