They’ve had buckets catching water leaking through the ceiling in the high school computer lab and ceiling tiles come crashing down in the library.
Polson Superintendent Linda Reksten says the 42-year-old roof at Polson High School has to be fixed.
“There is no other option,” Reksten says, but it will be up to School District 23 voters whether they’ll pay for it. No one else is going to.
Ballots seeking a yea-or-nay vote on a nearly $2.5 million debt service bond were mailed out Feb. 5.