Several Beaverton schools will be completely rebuilt, or saw major renovations, thanks to voters in 2014.

FILE PHOTO - Students, parents and staff gather in 2017 for the groundbreaking of the new Hazeldale Elementary School.The Times

Work is progressing at the new Hazeldale Elementary School. The old school was razed to make room for the new building.

Work underway includes mechanical, electrical and plumbing in administration offices and the north classroom wing; weather barrier and interior framing in administration offices and north classroom wing; roofing; steel framework in kindergarten classrooms,

library and upstairs south classroom wing; and roadwork on Southwest Marlin Drive.

The construction is expected to be complete by July.

The rebuild is funded through the Beaverton School District's successful 2014 bond measure, in which voters approved $680 million; the largest school bond measure in Oregon history. Projects funded by the bond measure include the construction of three new schools, and the demolition and rebuilding of four other schools. It also will be used to modernize existing schools and upgrade technology throughout the school district.

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