Pioneer School District Places Reduced Bond Amount on April Ballot
The Pioneer School District will ask voters to consider a $23.8 million bond measure on the April 22 ballot to replace the Intermediate/Middle School and expand the existing Pioneer Primary School. After listening to district residents, the district worked through several scenarios to reduce the amount of the proposed bond by $3 million by making the following adjustments:
The proposed bond would cost Pioneer taxpayers an estimated $1.25 per $1,000 of current assessed value. If approved by voters, the facility projects would likely be completed by the fall of 2016.
Expanding the existing Pioneer Elementary School would:
Replacing Pioneer Intermediate/Middle School would:
“We are fortunate to have a strong history of support from the Pioneer community,” said Superintendent Martin Brewer. “We continue to work hard to ensure our students have the best possible environment in which to learn and thrive, therefore, we have made an effort to listen to our community and focus on the essentials as we ask voters to consider this bond proposal.”