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In mid-February, Verona Area School District residents will be receiving a referendum fact sheet in the mail that shares details on the questions they will see on the April 4 election ballot. Click here to view it now!
The Verona Area School District has served generations of students since our first school was built in 1918. Since that time, our community has experienced significant growth and development, growing by over 600 students since our last school opened in 2006. As we prepare to educate a projected 1,600 additional students by 2030, the School Board is focused on a comprehensive K-12 facilities plan that:
•Manages current crowding and projected growth
•Provides safe, accessible and flexible educational space
•Addresses maintenance needs to keep buildings operating effectively
•Offers a long-term solution to students, staff and community
•Reflects the input and priorities of our community
For nearly a decade, the Board of Education has been evaluating district growth. Now, after two years of intensive study, planning and input from our community, the Board has authorized an April 2017 referendum that presents to voters a comprehensive K-12 facilities plan addressing the District’s current needs, projected growth and educational goals.
Residents will have the opportunity to vote on two related facilities questions and one operational question. Click here to see the fact sheet
or visit here to see all you need to know
about the referendum coming soon on the April 4 ballot.
Note: Superintendent Dean Gorrell is offering to make in-person presentations with a question/answer session regarding the referendum. If interested:
•Invite & confirm 10-20 guests to join you
•Pick a location
(your home or business)
•Call 845-4337 to set up a date & time