Community Bond Meetings Begin Next Week

Tappan Middle School will be the site of the April 16 millage meeting.
Tappan Middle School will be the site of the April 16 millage meeting.

Ann Arbor Public Schools Superintendent Jeanice Swift will host five community meetings this month to share information about the bond proposal appearing on the May 5 ballot.

Each community meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Tuesday, April 14, Slauson Middle School, Media Center
  • Thursday, April 16, Tappan Middle School, Media Center
  • Tuesday, April 21, Scarlett Middle School, Media Center
  • Thursday, April 23, Clague Middle School, Media Center
  • Thursday, April 30, Forsythe Middle School, Media Center

 Superintendent Swift encourages all citizens to attend and learn more about the proposal and have the opportunity to ask questions.

The bond proposal would raise $33 million for capital improvements across the district’s 32 buildings, while keeping the millage rate at or below the current 2.45 mills for taxpayers. Improvements in the plan include security upgrades at school entrances, new musical instruments, the replacement of more than 100 buses over five years, and new furniture and other upgrades in classrooms across the district.

More information on the bond proposal is available at:

Community Bond Meetings Begin Next Week

And  http://news.a2schools.org/aaps-millage-request-may-5-2015/

All media inquiries to the Ann Arbor Public Schools should be addressed directly to the superintendent’s office, to the attention of Executive Assistant to the Superintendent JoAnn Emmendorfer.

Phone: 734 – 994-2230

Email: emmendor@aaps.k12.mi.us  or  swift@aaps.k12.mi.us

Discover more about the news and happenings of the Ann Arbor Public Schools at our AAPS News website.

District announcements and information may be found at the Ann Arbor Public Schools website

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