Brooklyn City Schools to hold community meeting to discuss upcoming bond and levy campaign
School district architects to receive public input
Bob Fenner, newsnet5.com
8:29 AM, Feb 5, 2013
8:30 AM, Feb 5, 2013
BROOKLYN, Ohio - Brooklyn City Schools will hold a meeting on Tuesday night to allow the community to learn more about the upcoming combined bond and levy campaign. The meeting will be from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in room 173 at Brooklyn High School.
School district architects will also be on hand to receive public input regarding school building construction.
The district will ask voters, on the May 7 ballot, to pass a combined 9.2 mil issue that would be used for operating expenses and capital improvement projects.
If the levy passes, the district would initiate a project that would involve moving all students, in grades Pre-K through 12, into a one-building campus complex with three distinct entrances for elementary, middle and high school students.
A new elementary school and middle school would be added on to the existing high school on Biddulph Road. The high school would also receive major renovation.