It's back to the drawing board for the second time for the West Valley School District after an $81 million bond failed to gain a supermajority on Tuesday. District Superintendent Dr. Mike Brophy says he's meeting with the bond committee to figure out what went wrong while still trying to find a way to fill the needs of the district.  "We have to just continue to work with our community to sell the fact that we need these projects"
The bond would have funded a new Summitview Elementary and Apple Valley Elementary schools and would have added 12 new classrooms at West Valley Jr. High.
Brophy says he's meeting with school officials and the bond committee that he says worked hard to educate voters about the need to pass the bond that failed with 54 percent of the vote, short of the 60 percent supermajority needed for passage.
In 2015 a $56 million bond failed in the district garnering with only 53 percent support.

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