Following months of discussion and review of the district’s facilities, the community-driven bond committee will make a formal presentation to the Board of Education on Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. in the high school library.

The bond committee, comprised of community members, educators and board members, has been meeting regularly since April to gather information on the district’s infrastructure and special needs to help determine the final scope of the bond project.  

The committee’s recommended actions for each of the district’s schools – which, they report, contain infrastructure that has exceeded its life cycle – will be presented to the board for approval during the Sept. 9 meeting.

Aside from laying out all of the improvements that the bond will cover, the committee will also present fiscal implications and a bond timeline, including the dates for board approval and a final community vote.