Bond Proposal Election – May 7, 2013
The Grandville Public Schools Board of Education has placed a $75,205,000 bond proposition on the Tuesday, May 7, 2013 ballot. If approved, this proposal will not result in a millage increase. The existing tax levy of 3.2 mills, which is already less than half of what most neighboring districts levy, will be extended 25 years.
Pertaining to Technology:
The bond proposition addresses technology needs for the next 10 years, including a one-to-one initiative for our students and improvements in classroom multimedia equipment. The 10 year plan will enable the district to sustain technology initiatives by refreshing/replacing devices and infrastructure in years 6-10 that are acquired in years 1-5. The technology enhancements include:
•providing each student with a device/tablet by phasing-in the computers during a three-to-four year period. At the lower elementary level, classroom sets would be issued and the devices would remain at school. In upper elementary grades and at the secondary level, the devices would be issued to the students.
•multimedia equipment (e.g., data projectors, document cameras, etc.) would be added where needed in classrooms
•wireless access points would be added to expand “density,” enabling more students to access the Internet at the same time
•server infrastructure would be upgraded
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