The survey said 78% support long-term building maintenance funding for our aging high school.
“We value the community voice greatly and we listen intently. We believe the plan currently is a very good reflection of those desires.”
Ed Harris, Superintendent
Focused on Community
The community asked for an affordable building plan. We heard you loud and clear. We retooled our plans for a facilities investment the community would support: reduced from $19.7 million in 2015 to a $10.8 million bond. The total request is less than $4 per month on an average $140,000 home, significantly less than the 2015 referendum.
WHAT IS THE PLAN?
Focused on Academics
The community resoundingly requested that we make academic needs our main priority. This bond includes updates to general classrooms including Science, Library/Media Center, and Large Group room to create 21st Century, academic learning spaces. Technology, Engineering, Ag Science, and Math (STEM) classrooms will be revitalized with new spaces to accommodate current learning needs.