The Toledo School District’s facilities advisory committee is considering several options for fixing up the town’s schools in wake of the failure of its most recent bond election in February.
A committee comprised of both old and new facilities members has met three times since the February results to discuss alternative bond scenarios.
“In addition to inviting all community members to participate, I reached out to members of our community who were most critical of the February bond measure,” said Superintendent Chris Rust in a press release. “Many of these folks have accepted the invitation and are working diligently to examine options.”
Several ideas have been tossed around, according to a press release, including the option of consolidating the middle school and high school, consolidating with another school district and even placing the same measure on the ballot again.
There is no current timeline for when the district might go back for another bond election.
The Toledo schools facilities committee will reconvene 6 p.m. May 9 in the high school’s library. All members of the public are invited to attend and participate.