After each failed referendum, the school listened to voters and made adjustments in their planning. Now, I believe we have a workable plan. This April 1 referendum includes the following key components that many voters requested:
1) The central office for Superintendent, and both grade school and middle school principals and support staff is intact. This will include one central and secure entrance to the school.
2) Moving the ktchen and dining room from the basement to an area closer to the gym is included. However, the design is changed – removing the large glass front and high ceilings. The architecture flow is enhanced while preserving efficiency and providing quality atmosphere for our children.
3) The STEM center will be built, with valuable input from Steve Meyer.
4) The back of the school will be used for drop-off and pick up, both for vehicles and buses. Traffic flow has been designed with input from the Brillion police and staffing of crossing areas are in place. The bottleneck (and dangers) in the current traffic pattern is eliminated …
To read the full letter, pick up the March 27, 2014 edition of The Brillion News.
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