The district clearly sees the need for renovation at the high school. They studied data, consulted with experts and developed the best, most cost effective plan. Our board invested thousands of hours in research, consultation with experts in the field, and studying the educational models needed for today's students to be successful in tomorrow's world. The same board that built Pocopson has developed an intelligent plan to meet the needs of the high school and this community. The plan is not extravagant.One other district in Pennsylvania recently passed a referendum and saw a jump in home values. What do you think will happen if we don't pass ours, especially since our high school facilities are significantly inferior to other districts? If potential homebuyers are not confident in this community's commitment to our schools, why would they buy here? Why will teachers stay? Let's preserve our academic excellence and prove our commitment to our educational community by supporting the referendum.
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