Our communities haven’t made a major investment in our core educational facilities since 1976. Throughout the planning process, the District’s goal was to create a plan that provides opportunity by removing learning barriers and promoting success for all students. At the same time, we respect that local taxpayers fund the plan, so we have worked to provide a high level of value for our investment.

The District is presenting a single ballot question for $22.7 million focused on investing in repairs and upgrades to our school buildings to meet the needs identified by experts, District staff and community members. The District believes this is the right plan for our communities because:


If passed, this plan would help improve the safety and security of our buildings. These changes allow building staff to properly control who has access to the buildings at all times. This plan would:

  • Add properly supervised, controlled-access entrances

  • Add security cameras, occupancy sensors and door monitors

If passed, this plan would address our current space needs as well as those we may have in the future as our District grows. It would:

  • Renovate restrooms to be ADA compliant and accessible to all students and community members

  • Refresh and re-purpose classrooms to fit current needs

  • Add STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) classrooms to the elementary school

  • Remodel Special Education areas to fit today’s best educational practices and meet our students’ needs

  • Improvements to the Community Center and fitness areas

Facility infrastructure projects and construction projects are more expensive to do individually. Just like remodeling your home, doing these projects together saves the District money. If passed, this plan would:

  • Replace our outdated HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems

  • Upgrade aging plumbing

  • Upgrade aging electrical systems

  • Remove asbestos

  • Address exterior maintenance needs