What voters will be asked to come to a decision on for Marshall Community Colleges

Sixth graders Sam Alexandrian, Tayden Neeley, Carmello Hall and Javion Hancock eat lunch together at Marshall Middle School on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020 in Marshall, Mich. Overwhelmed with debt, Albion schools closed and merged with Marshall in 2016; as districts around the state face the same crises as Albion, schools are looking to the Marshall merge for guidance.

Immediately after a requirements evaluation long lasting nearly two a long time, The Marshall Public Faculties Board of Schooling has approved a $45 million bond for the district.

The proposal, which is envisioned to be on the Nov. 2 ballot, consists of district-large technological innovation and equipment improvements, a new elementary developing in Albion, athletic facility enhancements at Marshall Substantial School  and infrastructure improvements at Marshall Middle School, Gordon Elementary University and Prospect Higher Faculty.  

District-large improvements

By means of the bond, district officers are setting up to make district-large technological innovation and furniture improvements. All school buildings will acquire an update, in accordance to the system authorized by the board. 

“Aspect of doing this bond is getting our facilities up to snuff,” said Trustee Matt Davis, who chaired the board’s bond proposal subcommittee. “We want to make absolutely sure that we are giving the complete ideal services and alternatives for our pupils across the spectrum.”