VOTE November 6
CSD Facilities Referendum 2018
Capacity | Teaching & Learning | Safety & Security
Over the past two years the district developed a Long Range Master Plan (LRMP) to identify and confirm teaching and learning needs in our schools now and in 5-, 10- and 25 years.
After 30+ community focus groups, engaging with 450+ individuals over the past year, the Board developed a facilities improvement plan focused on three key priorities:
- Capacity to handle increasing enrollments
- Teaching and learning environments
- Safety and security
Teachers, parents, students, alumni, and community input was a critical part of our needs identification process.
On July 18, 2018, the Cedarburg Board of Education’s unanimously approved a resolution to move forward with a November referendum for $59.8 million for facility improvements.
A referendum at $59.8 million addresses growth from projected new enrollments and places emphasis on career-oriented education, especially in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM), in addition to enhanced safety and security items. All five schools in the District would receive necessary updates.
This week all Cedarburg residents received the fourth in a series of referendum informational mailers from the Cedarburg School District. This mailer provides the facts our district is facing regarding the current needs for our current students. Additional details and all of our informational flyers can be found on our website. Please take time to get the most accurate information to make an informed vote on November 6. Absentee ballots are available by contacting the city or town municipal clerk.
If you have any specific questions or comments regarding the project, please contact the district at (262) 376-6102. Go Bulldogs!