Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Letter from Dr. Moss on the Passage of the Bond Issue

Grain Valley Parents, Community, and District Employees,

We are pleased to report that yesterday’s bond issue passed with 81.46% “yes” vote and we thank you for your support! We appreciate this endorsement by our community to continue the work to ultimately double the size of the high school, as well as expand activity space and parking, to accommodate the larger class sizes that are coming up through the grades.

Equipment will begin moving dirt from the area northeast of the building in a few weeks and much of the project will be completed before school begins in the fall. Due to the scope of this phase, it will be later in the fall before the seven new classrooms are available for student use.

This is the third of several phases of work to transform our high school into a larger and more modern facility. We will continue to provide you updates on construction progress and on plans for future phases along the way.

The responsibility we feel as a result of the passage of this bond issue is something we take very seriously. We are committed to working with you to continue to provide for the needs of our children. Thank you!

Blessings to you and your family,

Roy Moss

Superintendent of Schools

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