Voters within the Schaller Crestland school district will decide on a bond issue as part of the November elections that would result in improvements at the building in Schaller.
The bond of over 15-million dollars would feature six new classrooms, and would bring renovations to an entire wing of the school. Superintendent Adam Bisenius says the bond will bring the building up to 21st century standards. Bisenius believes it’s important for all schools to stay up to date, and says the bond will set up the Schaller school for the future.
Since the bond would raise taxes, a 60-percent super-majority approval is needed for it to pass. The city and school board elections will be held on November 7th.