Redmond School District Superintendent Mike McIntosh, second from left, talks about how the heavy snow caused the roof to sag and keep a door from opening while giving members of the Redmond School Board a tour of Lynch Elementary on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. (Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)
The Redmond School District will decide whether to renovate or replace Lynch Elementary with a potential 2018 bond. The district says the school’s flat roof causes problems in heavy snowfall. (Colby Brown/Spokesman file photo)
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Principal Tami Nakamura, right, talks about the security issues with one of her school's entryways (background) while giving members of the Redmond School Board a tour of Obsidian Middle School on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. (Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)
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A wall was built around a light fixture to make a space for computer equipment at Lynch Elementary in Redmond. Members of the Redmond School Board took a tour of the school on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, to see the types of maintenance and repair it needs.
(Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)
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