• In December, the board unanimously approved a resolution for $30.7M referendum for the March 17th ballot. In a nutshell, the board and administration listened to the community and significant changes were made from our previous referendum attempt in April. This time we are asking 9.3M less because we eliminated Pleviak School improvements, 21st Century Learning along with other projects. Also, we will only be doing modest cafeteria projects at Hooper and Palombi. There will only be a single bond question on the ballot.

    I strongly encourage you to learn more about our facility needs by watching our livestream presentations by board members Kurt Hansen and Ed Liberman. There is also an accompanying powerpoint that digs into the details below.