The Longview School Board will discuss whether to run another capital facilities bond at its meeting Monday evening.
In November, the district’s $121.6 million bond fell just short of the needed 60 percent supermajority. It was meant to rebuild three elementary schools and pay for safety and security upgrades.
At its March 26 meeting, the board authorized Superintendent Dan Zorn to begin securing funds for $6 million in improvements to the district’s athletic facilities. At that meeting, Zorn mentioned that a new bond, among other financing options, could pay for the upgrades.
The board will also discuss the superintendent evaluation process, safety and security issues and the book “Building a Culture of Hope” at its Monday night retreat.
The board will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the district office, 2715 Lilac St.