The Chapman Unified School District, devastated by a tornado last June, will need to issue up to $10 million of bonds to complete reconstruction of three schools, officials said.

Superintendent Tony Frieze said the exact amount of debt needed will not be known until January or February, but that it is expected to be less than $10 million. The district, serving Geary and Dickinson counties, has about 1,000 students. The town of Chapman is on Interstate 70 between Topeka and Salina in northeastern Kansas.

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