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SWANTON, OH (Toledo News Now) -
school leaders are asking voters to approve a bond issue that would allow the
district to build a brand new K-6 school.
say the timing is perfect because extra funds are available from the state, but
not everyone agrees.
"We just really, truly believe that this need
is real," said Superintendent Jeff Schlade.
says the school's current middle and elementary schools are in bad shape. If
they build a new K-6 school, they would move seventh and eighth grades to the
high school building.
order for the district to be able to use the approximately $11 million in state
funds for the project, they need the community's support to come up with the
rest by August. They are making a second and final attempt at getting the issue
passed by voters.
really is our last shot, and if it doesn't pass again, then the state pulls
that funding off the table," Schlade said.
approved, the levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 home just over $9 a month.
against it say that's money they just don't have to spend right now, while
those in support say they don't want to miss this opportunity for funding from