For Immediate Release:
Contact: Rick Reo, Superintendent
Paw Paw, MI – (June 15, 2021) The Paw Paw Public Schools (PPPS) Board of Education is placing a $53.64 million bond proposal on the August election ballot to fund districtwide facility upgrades.
Voters seeking more information about the 2021 Bond Proposal will have an opportunity to learn more on June 22nd at 8 p.m. when Superintendent Rick Reo will host a Virtual Town Hall through Google Meet. To connect to the virtual meeting, simply click here.
In addition to learning more about facility upgrades and the proposed districtwide improvements, voters will also have an opportunity to ask questions and get answers.
"Hosting a Virtual Town Hall Meeting gives voters a place to come together, to ask questions, and to gain a better understanding of the scope of the Bond Proposal,” said Superintendent Rick Reo.
Districtwide improvements are slated for every facility. Other major projects included in the bond are a new indoor multipurpose space at the high school, a new early childhood education center located on the elementary campus, and a new multipurpose outdoor stadium at the high school that could improve safety and benefit many high school programs.
"This bond issue would allow us to make updates to spaces across the district so we can create modern learning environments and increase space efficiencies for PPPS students," said Superintendent Rick Reo.
Additional information can be found at www.ppps-bond.com.