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Board Approves 4.97 mills Bond Levy for the Master Facility Plan!

The Board of Education has approved a comprehensive Master Facility Plan that will meet our students' learning needs for the next 25-30 years and help to maintain Hudson as a destination district and community. The plan includes a new Middle School, renovations to elementary schools, renovations to the high school media center, improvements to the Central Campus and HCER access that are important to Hudson's core and culture, including walk and bike access, and upgrades to the Natatorium. 
Where can I see the plan?
The entire facility plan is posted here: 2017 MASTER FACILITY PLAN
Follow us here for updates and additional information about the plan.
Where can I see the video of the new Middle School design concept? 
View the video here: Middle School Design Concept Video 
Why is a Bond Levy Needed? 
Support from the entire Hudson City Schools' community will be needed for implementation of the Master Facility Plan. 
The Board of Education has approved the placement of a 4.97 Bond Levy issue on the November 2017 Ballot in order to raise $81,550,000 for the purpose of construction, furnishing and equipping a new middle school, constructing, renovating, remodeling, rehabilitating, adding to, furnishing, equipping and otherwise improving buildings and facilities.
What is the cost of a 4.97 mills Bond levy for households?