Surplus equipment includes bookshelves, desks and student desks, file cabinets, shelving, books, Chromebooks, desktop computers, projectors and other miscellaneous classroom supplies
Ridgefield School District has surplus equipment, bookshelves, desks and student desks, file cabinets, shelving, books, Chromebooks, desktop computers, projectors and other miscellaneous classroom supplies for sale.
The sale will be held Thu., June 23 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the RACC, 510 Pioneer Street, Ridgefield, WA 98642.
These district properties will be disposed of no sooner than 30 days subsequent to the first publication of this notice. For further information, please see website www.ridgefieldsd.org or contact Neil Brinson, director of Maintenance & Operations, at (360) 619-1390.
Ridgefield School District will not be responsible for injury or damage to persons or property arising from or as a result of inspection, sale or use of any of the goods being offered for sale. All items are sold on “as-is, where-is” basis. The District makes no warranty, express or implied, as to the condition or fitness for a particular purpose of any of the sale items.
Information provided by Ridgefield School District.
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