Addressing our most critical needs driven by community feedback
This $29.8 Million single-question ballot includes:
A new 2nd - 4th grade Elementary School located on a 52-acre site near the existing Marshall Middle School.
Three-classroom Early Childhood addition at Park Side Elementary, improvements to serve PK - 1st grade students, and removal of the existing portable classroom.
Centralized Early Childhood programming at Park Side Elementary, creating efficiency and consistency at Park Side Elementary and providing additional space at Marshall Middle School.
Safety and security improvements at Park Side Elementary, the new Elementary School, MATEC, and Marshall High School.
West Side Elementary to be decommissioned to better serve our community and either demolished or prepared for future development.
This single-question referendum will address both our facility and programming-related needs.
The preliminary project schedule milestone dates for each facility throughout the project are shown above.
The School Board has determined that upgrading our facilities to meet today’s educational standards will help improve the education we offer all students.
Today, safe and secure schools benefit everyone including students, staff, and visitors.
Centralizing all Early Childhood programming will increase grade cohesiveness and educational delivery.
Replacing our inefficient West Side Elementary is the most cost-effective option for the District, and it increases our 21st Century learning opportunities for our students.