Superintendent Asks School Board to Send Bond Referendum to CityDecatur Metro | June 6, 2013 | 10:34 am
In a note to the Decatur School Board as part of their July 11th meeting, Superintendent Phyllis Edwards writes…
A first step is to ask the Board to approve submitting the referendum to the City Commission. We are hopeful that we can meet the short timeline by getting this item to the City immediately. We are asking that it be reviewed the third week in July and perhaps the first week in August.
I have also requested a joint session by contacting Peggy Merriss. I am hopeful that at one of these sessions, we can present the Master Plan as decided at the May Board Meeting.
This will be a push to make sure that we meet all necessary dates. For this reason, this is a time sensitive issue.
The attached Master Plan is a two phase process, though I’m not entirely sure which plan was ultimately decided upon.
DHS rendering courtesy of Master Plan