We editorialize Monday in support of Puyallup School District’s Feb. 12 bond measure. It’s badly needed and would, among other things, help get rid of about 90 portables by replacing or rebuilding four elementary schools and adding classrooms to all three comprehensive high schools.
Students at those high schools – Rogers, Puyallup and Emerald Ridge – are fierce cross-town competitors. But several of them teamed up for a video, “Follow the apple,” in which they give practical, personal reasons for passing the bond measure from students’ point of view. To watch it on YouTube, click here.