Voters approve bond packages in four Metro school districts

Voters in several Central Iowa communities voted on bond referendums Tuesday to improve their school districts.

In Southeast Polk, a $92 million bond for a sixth and seventh grade building and a new elementary school was approved.

Waukee voters approved a proposal from the district to borrow money to go toward building two middle school buildings, an elementary building, and to make other improvements.

Saydel voters approved a nearly $23 million bond to renovate and expand schools in the district.

In the Bondurant-Farrar School District, voters approved a $23 million bond for construction of new seventh and eighth grade buildings.

You can find the full list of results on the Polk County Auditor's website here.

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