Superintendent Dr. Brad Buck is hosting a virtual town hall to discuss the proposed 2023 bond referendum.
Virtual Town Hall
How: Click here to join the virtual event starting at 4:30 p.m.
Currently, a committee is working to collect approximately 3,000 signatures to get the $180 million bond referendum on the ballot in November. Remember, signing a petition means you simply support putting the issue up for a vote. Once it’s on the ballot, you can decide how to vote.
“The referendum includes items that will be funded throughout the next decade as portions of our facilities, such as parking lots, get to the end of life. This referendum is a bit different than in the past, as it allows us to plan for the future of our District at a more granular level in tandem with other revenue streams dedicated to facilities, technology, transportation, and infrastructure,” Dr. Buck says.
If the bond referendum passes in November, your school tax rate would not change.