Lagunitas School District is asking voters to approve $5 million in bonds to bring aging classrooms and facilities up to 21st-century standards for the 300 students in kindergarten through grade eight on the district’s two adjoining campuses. The money will be used to modernize classrooms, build ramps to bring the school into compliance with the Americans with . . .

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