The North Wasco County School District 21 board has decided to go ahead with a restructuring of the district's Full Faith and Credit Obligation bonds to help fund building improvements and renovations. D-21 Superintendent Candy Armstrong says the move will keep their payments on the debt where they are now. The district will refund their current obligations, and then sell more that will generate more revenue while keeping payments the same as they are now. Armstrong notes they are working on a tight timeline to deal with space issues next year at Chenowith Elementary School that will require either portable classrooms or some kind of remodel. She says Dry Hollow Elementary also has needs but can probably get by for one more year with some reshuffling.