In the past few weeks the Tribune has published different articles and information regarding the April 7th referendum. The District and School Board also created an informational mailer to all in the District and a Facebook page to answer questions. I personally, was very surprised at how many things are in need of repair and replacement at our school.
I believe the main focus of this referendum is based on safety, security and well-being of our students and staff. Secure entrances, updated fire alarms, consistent heating and ventilation and safe traffic flow are all major hurdles that need to be addressed.
On April 7th, I would encourage everyone to vote. No matter what side you sit on, educate yourself and vote. I believe passing this referendum is major step in the right direction for the future of Glenwood City.