Naming the new high schools in Saginaw, Michigan

Naming the new high schools in Saginaw, Michigan

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Jeffrey Bulls started this petition to Residents of Saginaw, alumni & supporters of each school

Due to declining enrollment, the decision was made by SPSD to close both Saginaw High School and Arthur Hill High School. 

A millage was passed shortly thereafter to revamp the district & build new buildings. A high school in central city & a gifted campus on the site of the former Arthur Hill High School, which will house two new buildings for both former SASA & Handley, which are both magnet schools. 

To date, the new buildings haven't been named. A process will soon be undertaken to name the buildings. 

This petition, and whom signs herewith, calls for the naming of the central city high school location to be SAGINAW HIGH SCHOOL, and it's mascot to be TROJANS. The former location on Webber St may be gone, but the Trojan legacy should continue in this new location. 

Additionally, in keeping with their tradition & legacy as well, the new magnet high school located at 3115 Mackinaw should be named ARTHUR HILL ARTS & SCIENCES ACADEMY. This would honor their original history in the city, while also fitting the plan of making it a magnet school to attract top level academic applicants. 

By creating this petition, all who sign will help send a message to the Saginaw Public School District that while the new buildings can signal new beginnings in many ways, we don't have to lose both rich legacies at both schools to achieve such. We intend to show them that this idea has huge support all over the city, as well as from our alumni bases from around the state, country, and ultimately around the world. Saginaw Public Schools has produced incredible graduates who have gone on to achieve tremendously. Our legacy is a huge part of that. 

Thank you for supporting in advance. 

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