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INFORMATIONAL VIDEO
INFORMATIONAL FLYER

CLINTON SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVES NO-TAX INCREASE BOND RESOLUTION

During their monthly work session meeting on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, the Clinton School District Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to place a $4,000,000 no-tax increase bond measure on the April 7, 2020 election ballot.

This Board of Education vote followed recommendations by the district’s Virtual Citizens Advisory Council, feedback from school staff, a Facilities Assessment conducted by Incite Design Studio, and safety recommendations from Homeland Security.

If passed on April 7, 2020, the no-tax increase bond will provide for the following; safety enhancements at school buildings, renovations and improvements of existing classrooms, resurfacing and repairing of driveways and parking lots, improved learning environments through heating and air system upgrades, remodeling of restroom and locker room areas, and renovating and improving bleacher seating at athletic facilities. The funds used for these projects will have no impact on the district’s debt service tax levy.

“The Clinton community has invested in our students through the use of excellent and up-to-date facilities. It is time to protect and enhance this investment to maintain these high quality and safe learning environments,” says Destry Brown, Superintendent.

If you should have any questions, please contact Superintendent of Schools, Destry Brown, 660-885-2237 or at debrown@clintoncardinals.org.

 

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