The projects will renovate or reconstruct 6 schools, create safer entrances at 31 schools, plus add classroom space to expand preschool.
If approved, our school will be renovated and the improvements will increase the security of our campus and address accessibility issues also ensuring that students do not have to transfer between buildings during the school day.
Other projects that would be funded by Proposition S include:
These school improvements would cost less than 10 cents a day in additional property taxes for a home with a market value of $100,000. This proposal requests an 18-cent increase to the debt-service levy, which would be phased in over two years: 9 cents in 2019 and an additional 9 cents in 2020.
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The Hornet cheerleaders will be raffling a 2018 Nissan “KICKS” during this year’s basketball season. Tickets are $20 for 1 ticket and 6 for $100.
The LPA Dance is February 1st, from 9:30-11:30. Tickets will go on sale Jan. 28-31 at the financial window. The theme is “WHEN THE STARS ALIGN.” Please plan on clearing your library, and ID fines now. Don't miss out!
Seniors! Have you filed your FAFSA? If so, stop my Mrs. Ganaden’s office to enter to win a new Keurig Coffee Maker for college. You must show proof that your FAFSA is completed by the end of January. The winner will be announced February 1st.
Ozarks Food Fight begins this week through January 25th.