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This is a pictures of LSHS students providing feedback on a potential Spring 2020 no-tax-increase bond issue.

Potential “no tax increase” April 2020 bond issue – updated webpage through CFMP site

Thank you to those who completed our community telephone survey and/or online surveys relating to a potential Spring 2020 “no tax increase” bond issue. We are currently in the information gathering stage of preparing for an anticipated “no tax increase” bond issue and are working with Patron Insight to finish compiling the survey data. The first round of telephone survey topline data was presented to the Citizens’ Advisory Committee and the Board of Education this week. 

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Board of Education votes to proceed with 6th grade to Middle School decision, beginning with the 2022-2023 school year

At the regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, September 25, 2019, the Board of Education unanimously voted to approve moving our 6th graders to the middle school environment, beginning with the 2022-2023 school year. This move will be in conjunction with proposed facility projects relating to the middle school environment through our CFMP work.

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An engagement series regarding the future of LSR7’s middle school programs

As we’ve been releasing information about our Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) work teams that have been meeting throughout the spring and summer, we’ve also been working through recommendations with our Board of Education, our CFMP team and our Citizens’ Advisory Committee. We hope you’ve had time to review presentations and overview information from some of these teams.

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