May 8, 2019


I would like to take this time to thank everyone who helped with Tuesday's bond proposal, even though it didn't pass. As a district, we will begin to strategize how we will address our needs in the future (they’re not going away). It will be up to the Board of Education and administration to regroup and reassess how we are going to begin to address our needs list. We still have a great school district with a lot of hard-working, supportive people, and we will get through this together.  Although we were disappointed with the result, our staff will respond by continuing to give their best to our students on a daily basis. They will do what they always do: they will work hard to make sure every student in our district is pushed to reach his or her potential.  The focus will be on educating our students and showing them how successful people deal with adversity. In summary, regardless of what happened with the bond, it is still great to be a Wildcat and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else.


Barry Markwart, Superintendent

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