Frequently Asked Questions
May 8, 2018 Bond Election
When is the election?
What is on the ballot?
Why has the school district scheduled this bond election?
How will the bond proposal affect students?
What will the bond proposal cost?
What’s included in the bond proposal at each school?
What technology is included in the bond proposal?
Will taxpayers be still paying for computers when they are obsolete?
Why is it necessary to add classrooms at the elementary schools?
Was it a mistake to closed Owen and Taylor Schools?
Why not reopen Taylor Elementary School?
How much of the bond proposal will be committed to athletics?
Why is a new pool included in the bond proposal?
Why is it desirable to have artificial turf on the athletic field?
Why is this bond proposal so comprehensive?
What is the schedule for bond proposal projects?
If the bond proposal is approved by voters, will property values be affected?
What is a bond proposal?
Can bond proposal funds be used for employee salaries or operating expenses?
What will appear on the May 8th ballot?
A YES vote typically means that you support a proposal. Is that the case in this election?
What will happen if voters do not approve the bond proposal?
Who can vote in this bond proposal election?
Where can I get information about voting (such as how to register, where to vote, and absentee voting?
Do I need to update my voter registration?
Can I vote by absentee ballot?