Superintendent explains Shelley’s $7.5 million bond

SHELLEY — Community Pioneer’s Editor-in-Chief Mike Price sat down with Superintendent Chad Williams to discuss the $7.5 million bond up for a vote on March 9.

Watch the full interview bellow and let us know your thoughts on the bond. Are you for it or against?

RELATED: Shelley School District seeking a $7.5 million bond

Read more about the bond on the School District’s website.


Mike Price

Mike Price is an award winning journalist from Shelley. He is now one of the founding members and Editor-in-Chief of the Community Pioneer.

2 thoughts on “Superintendent explains Shelley’s $7.5 million bond

  • February 23, 2021 at 7:44 pm

    Excellent interview! A good location for a new H.S. would be across the street and up towards RiverBend housing addition. Easy access to I-15 for sports travel, students can still jog the greenbelt and I’m sure there’s more benefits to that location. The word is out in Utah Idaho is the place to move. I’d expect a minimum of 4 to six children per household. The popular number for Californians is 2. Please send a reminder to get out to vote.


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