Bonneville Joint School District 93’s Board of Trustees held a special meeting Wednesday afternoon at Hillcrest High School’s library, addressing the Hillcrest High School Student Council’s annual report and the Idaho Mastery Education Network and Summit Curriculum, introduced by principal Scott Miller.

After a 20-minute presentation showing the previous events hosted by the student council, the board received input from students regarding the potential $39 million bond that would add science wings and new entrances to Hillcrest and Bonneville high schools. The board expects to introduce the bond in August.

The general consensus from students: a new science wing and entrance would make the school feel safer and more equipped for teaching.

“I think Idaho is generally a safe environment but there are times where you’re walking and

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