Carthage Voters Weigh In On School District Needs

Carthage Voters Weigh In On School District Needs

Carthage voters voice their opinions on needs within the city's school district.
CARTHAGE, MO -- Carthage voters voice their opinions on needs within the city's school district. The firm Patron Insight of Kansas City surveyed 380 registered voters. The survey was conducted after district officials were told they could issue up to 18-million dollars in building bonds.

Participants were asked for their views on building project ideas that district officials discussed with the community. Residents put safe rooms at the top of the list, followed by a technical center, and a new football stadium.

Superintendent Blaine Henningsen says their greatest need is preparing for growth expected in the middle school and junior high.
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