The Kennewick School District is laying the groundwork for a potential fifth middle school.
The district has filed an application with the Benton County Planning Commission for a potential school on twenty-seven acres near Wheat and Clodfelter Roads, which would be 110,000 square feet in size.
While the application is preliminary and the district does not yet even own the land, it is in discussions with the land owner and the school board will discuss the issue in September.
If the board decided to move forward the district could place a bond before voters in February.
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