Voting on School Improvements in Pass Christian


Residents living in the Pass Christian School District hit the polls to vote on a bond issue that could lead to $10 million in school improvements.
The school district has a bond that will expire in September of next school year. Educators are hoping residents will vote to extend that $10 million bond for 20 more years.
Leaders at Pass Christian say they would work to use some of the money to improve safety at the school by installing security doors and a waiting area. Building a new band hall and improving parking at the high school’s sporting areas are also on the list.
School district leaders say they would also like to build a gym for the elementary and middle school. Pass Christian High School Principal Robyn Killebrew said, “Another big thing is we’re hoping to build a new alternative school. Our alternative students currently are in mobile trailers from Hurricane Katrina. We’re hoping to build a five class room alternative school within the bond as well.”
School district leaders says the bond roll over will not increase taxes.

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