Kindergartener Taylor Hurst, 5, carries her tray to a seat in the gym during lunchtime at Roosevelt Primary School in Ferndale. Voters on Tuesday approved a $22.8 million bond proposal that will upgrade technology and facilities for Ferndale public schools. Roosevelt is presently using an old storage room off the gym as a kitchen; the bond money will allow for installation of an actual kitchen to prepare and serve school lunches. Currently, it is the only elementary in the district without its own kitchen; hot meals are trucked over from the high school every day.
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