The Redmond School District is soliciting community feedback for its November 2018 school bond proposal through an online survey, Superintendent Mike McIntosh announced today.
The proposed bond will address critical safety and security concerns, overdue maintenance issues and replace outdated M.A. Lynch Elementary.
“Community input is vital to a successful bond campaign,” McIntosh explained. “We’re asking Redmond School District voters to trust and partner with us, so it’s essential to receive their feedback, explain our position and ultimately get their buy-in so we can make our schools safer, more secure and modern.”
Residents of the Redmond School District are encouraged to log their thoughts, concerns and suggestions and learn more about the bond program at redmondschoolbond.org.