Superintendent Roger Jacks said the Kingman Unified School District has been encouraged to pursue refinancing for the near $80-million bond that voters approved ten years ago. The District’s Finance Director said securing a more favorable interest rate could save about $360,000 in each of the ten years remaining in the life of the loan.

There will be further discussion and contemplation during the special meeting of the school board at the district office later today at 5:30 p.m.