BAINBRIDGE – Voters in the Bainbridge-Guilford School District will decide today whether or not to endorse a $4.3 million building project.
The polls open at noon today and close at 9 p.m. Citizens can vote for the capital project at their regular polling places – the Bainbridge Town Hall and Guilford Methodist Church.
“This work can be done more economically due to EXCEL (Expanding our Children’s Education and Learning) aid, which other local districts are also accessing. This opportunity to use additional EXCEL aid money in addition to building aid can minimize the local share of the cost,” said Superintendent Karl Brown.
The board and administration approved the $4.3 million project for routine maintenance and repair issues and also to address building safety designs for students and faculty. The school is also preparing to adequately shelter community members in an emergency situation.