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Go Legion! Yes on DD

I’ve been attending Bonsall High School ever since it first opened in 2014. We started out with a few buildings on the Sullivan Middle School campus, and only 65 freshmen. Our first project was to decide the school’s mascot, colors, logo, and motto.

We worked on multiple ideas, and the community voted for favorites. When our principal announced the results (Legionnaire, Royal Blue, Silver & White, “Power, Intellect, Innovation”), we felt like BHS became an official school.

BHS has given me an experience that I would not likely find anywhere else. It is a small school, so we receive more attention from our teachers. Our learning structure allows us to work with a variety of students on group projects. Some projects involve pairing up with companies to help them solve a problem. I might not have had the opportunity to do these types of projects at a traditional high school.

The amount of students attending Bonsall High School has been growing each year. All four grades will be at the school next year as our class becomes seniors and the first graduating class of 2018.

Measure DD has been created to build the permanent high school on its own property. This will give Bonsall a high school that can support the district's growing needs. Some of the bond money will also improve existing schools. Measure DD will ensure that future Bonsall students will get to enjoy learning on their own high school campus.

I hope BUSD voters pass Measure DD.

Megan Nowosad


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