By Tim Kowols
With school out of session, Luxemburg-Casco School District is turning its attention to its planned referendum projects. Residents approved the two question, $28 million referendum in April, paving the way for a new middle school addition, gym, and other improvements. Now the district is working on setting up committees and future community meetings to allow opportunities for residents to weigh in before final plans are submitted to the school board for approval. Superintendent Glenn Schlender says this all started by asking the community what needed to change in 2015.
Schlender urges residents to keep an eye on their mailboxes and the district web site for more details on the upcoming meetings in the coming weeks.