April 4, No Tax Levy Increase Bond Issue
As our community grows, so does our school district. Therefore, the Nixa Board of Education has approved an April 4, $47 million No-Tax-Levy-Increase Bond Issue for various projects.
The tax-levy will not change from its current rate of $4.5091 if the Bond Issue passes or fails.
The approval of the Bond Issue would allow the district to access funds to complete the following projects:
- At High Pointe Elementary, there would be additional classrooms constructed. This addition would also be constructed to be a storm shelter for students at both High Pointe Elementary and Summit Intermediate.
- At Nixa High School, there would be additional facilities constructed for classroom space, activity space, as well as additional parking. The district would also take the first steps in the development of the 38 acres that will house practice spaces and eventually athletic fields as well as possible spaces for other school activities.
- At Nixa Junior High, the district would complete additional classroom spaces as well as make improvements to the theater and construct additional space for activities.
- The district would purchase additional school buses and additional maintenance equipment.
- The district would make parking and traffic improvements at Espy Elementary and John Thomas School of Discovery.
- Across the district there would also be various roofing and HVAC upgrades and repairs completed as well as upgrading technology equipment and other safety and security improvements to facilities as funding allows.
The district also has additional projects that would be completed with the No-Tax-Levy-Increase Bond Issue money if funding allows.
For more information, please contact superintendent Dr. Gearl Loden at 417-724-6200, email firstname.lastname@example.org, get in touch with any Nixa Board of Education member, or visit our frequently asked questions page on our website.
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