The Redwood Area School District will hold a third informational meeting about the proposed project on June 25, at 9 a.m. in the Reede Gray Elementary School gym. At that meeting, staff will take the public on tours of the facility to show why a new or heavily remodeled school is necessary.

The reason? On Tuesday, August 9, the community will be asked to vote on whether to approve a $47+ million bond to build a replacement for Reede Gray Elementary School. Also included in that amount are funds to remodel the entrance of the Middle and High School for greater security.

KLGR spoke with Superintendent Becky Cselovszki about how the school board made the decision to ask the community for a replacement elementary school:

As for a new elementary school’s site, the school board has narrowed the search down to several plots of land already owned by the district:

Voters in the school district will be asked to vote on August 9 about whether to fund a new elementary school and modifications to the high school / middle school. What are the specific school facility issues in Question 1?

If area voters approve the new school facility, when can they see actual progress in the construction?

The Redwood Area School District will hold a third informational meeting about the proposed project on June 25, at 9 a.m. in the Reede Gray Elementary School gym. At that meeting, staff will take the public on tours of the facility to show why a new or heavily remodeled school is necessary.

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