If the answer is yes,
learning experiences to prepare them for their futures. To do this, Danville Public Schools’ facilities must be updated to transform mid-century structures into 21st century campuses that are safe, fully functional and technologically equipped community spaces that are able to adapt to the rapidly changing needs of educators, students and the future workforce.
9 out of 14 DPS schools were built prior to 1959. While there have been renovations over the past 20 years, there have been no large-scale additions or significant renovations that have moved the facilities from the 1950s to the 2000s.
This 1% sales tax increase over the next 20 years will create a $141 million revenue stream for DPS to make the renovations needed to bring our schools into the 21st century. By law, this revenue can only be used for school construction projects and renovations. No utilities, no salaries, no supplies, no extras.
in spaces that reflect the best learning resources available. Within these renovated spaces:
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