HELP SCHOOL DISTRICT MEET SAFETY REGULATIONS, FIRE CODES, AND REDUCE OVERCROWDING
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To The Community of Peninsula School District,
The purpose of this letter is to respond to the recently failed April 2018 Capital Facilities $200 Million Bond for Peninsula School District. The students, staff, and families of the school district appreciate the dedication and commitment of those who voted and dedicated their time to the bond effort. However, despite those efforts, the bond failed by less than 2%, and we continue to work in unsafe, overcrowded, and outdated facilities daily that are not up to code. The goal of the April Bond was to address the adversities faced at the fifteen schools within our district. Without the financial support of the April 2018 Capital Bond, it will be nearly impossible for the district to acquire the money necessary for the reconstruction of safe and secure schools.
Safe, collaborative, updated schools benefit the entire community. Therefore, we must join together in order to enhance these community centers that serve not only our students, but the city as a whole. We all benefit from safe, well-educated Peninsula students. We the people must remember there is still hope, and renew our efforts to create a stronger, greater education system for the future of Peninsula School District.
Will you pledge to help create a safer community with us?
A Concerned Student, Hannah Lerman
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