Rockford school leaders to seek bond referendum
ROCKFORD, Ill. — Rockford school district leaders say they'll ask voters to support a $311 million, 10-year plan to fix the district's dilapidated schools.
A referendum on the November ballot asks for permission to sell bonds to raise the money for the improvements.
School officials hope the bonds will help pay for infrastructure upgrades, including adding auxiliary gyms at the high schools, giving more space to elementary schools as well as carpeting and flooring projects.
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