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Freeman School District Superintendent Sergio Hernandez led efforts to pass two levies and a construction bond, and directed the high school and elementary school construction projects. More than that, he said, “I hope they remember me for caring about people, caring about the students and the staff and working as a team player. The buildings really are a team effort.” SR photo/J. Bart Rayniak
After 41 years in education, Freeman School District Superintendent Sergio Hernandez will be hanging up his hard hat in June. He's been wearing that hard hat a lot lately, overseeing the contstruction of a new high school and renovations at the elementary school. He told reporter Lisa Leinberger that he's not sure what he'll do after he retires, but that he still wants to work with kids in some way.
The Spokane Valley City Council took its first step this week in approving a ban on the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. Reporter Pia Hallenberg spoke to Temple Beth Shalom Rabbi Michael Goldstein about a billboard uring people to boycott Israel.