“Many suburban school districts around Seattle, children crowding into their classrooms, can’t get a bond or a levy past voters. That’s put pressure on schools to find other, less than ideal solutions.
It’s the end of the school day at Shaw Road Elementary in Puyallup. The pavement out in front of the school is swarming with students. Parents pull up to pick up their children. A school safety monitor makes sure the kids don’t run out in front of cars.
“It’s organized chaos, is what it is,” says Brian Fox, a spokesperson for the Puyallup School District.”
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