Tenth-grader Maddie Perry shows a science lab to a tour group in the State College Area High School South Building on Saturday, May 17, 2014. The classroom space is small for the number of students who take the class, and has ventilation problems. Administrators and board members are encouraging voters to say yes to the referendum in Tuesday’s election.
Tenth-grader Maddie Perry shows a science lab to a tour group in the State College Area High School South Building on Saturday, May 17, 2014. The classroom space is small for the number of students who take the class, and has ventilation problems. Administrators and board members are encouraging voters to say yes to the referendum in Tuesday’s election. CDT photo
Tenth-grader Maddie Perry shows a science lab to a tour group in the State College Area High School South Building on Saturday, May 17, 2014. The classroom space is small for the number of students who take the class, and has ventilation problems. Administrators and board members are encouraging voters to say yes to the referendum in Tuesday’s election. CDT photo

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May 17, 2014 11:47 PM

State College school leaders urge high school referendum’s passage; critics say costs too high

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