2023 Bond Referendum Information
As mentioned in my November 2, 2022 correspondence and other past correspondence
over the past two years, our student enrollment has continued to increase. For example,
student enrollment has increased by almost 12% (162 new students) in the past two years.
The increased enrollment naturally impacts the district overall. As a result, several staff members have been relocated from classrooms and small group instruction areas they have traditionally utilized previously to other spaces such as shared conference rooms, shared classrooms, our cafeteria and auditorium spaces, different areas within our two Media Centers in the district, and various other parts of the building. This is increasingly the case with the special area teachers (World Language, Health, Computers, etc.) and support teachers (Basic Skills, ESL, etc.) in the elementary school, teachers in the high school, and the certified specialists that provide services for our students through the Child Study Team district-wide. Although our amazing staff is doing a tremendous job of facilitating positive learning environments even when they are displaced, it is not the optimal learning environment for our students.
Click on this link to review the Bond Referendum Presentation that was shared at the November 17th Board of Education Meeting.
The district has created a website to share all of the bond referendum information. You may view the website (in English, Spanish, and Portuguese) and all of the information using the links below.