Thank you to everyone who educated themselves and voted on November 8. Thank you also to those who helped us communicate the importance of this issue. While this was not the result we had hoped for, we will respect the wishes of our residents. However, we still must address the issue of our costly and aging buildings.
The district has already spent $3.5 million over the past three years attempting to repair these old buildings, and the cost will continue to increase.
Again, thank you to those who helped communicate this issue and voted yesterday. The district will maintain our transparent and responsible use of our finances and will prioritize student safety as we continue to make repairs to our buildings. We will soon provide an update on our next steps.