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New Elementary School Receives a Name

New Elementary School Receives a Name



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SANDY, Utah (AP) -- The 14-point-five (M)million dollar elementary school under construction in South Jordan now has a name.

Last night, the Jordan School Board approved the name Daybreak Elementary School. The school could be open as early as fall 2005, which is located in the Daybreak community.

The Daybreak Elementary School will have common areas for each grade's classrooms and additional recreational space open to residents.

Homes surrounding the school will be energy efficient and parks will be irrigated with recycled water.

In another item, the board announced that the only student fee increase for the 2005-2006 academic year will be for the driver education program, which will rise from 85-dollars to 95-dollars.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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