Voters give the green light to $6.45 million referendum for Cromwell-Wright school
Voters have given the OK for the Cromwell-Wright school district to move forward with a series of upgrades.
Unofficial results show that the $6.45 million dollar bond referendum passed, with 243 yes votes to 194 no votes.
Those will be made official at the next school board meeting.
The plan is to upgrade security systems, the drop-off and parking zones, and the small gymnasium space, among other things. Superintendent Nathan Libbon told WDIO that these were priorities that the community said they wanted in a survey.
According to the district, the goal is to have things finished in time for fall of 2024.