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What's Happening

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Howell High School Launches Unified Champion Schools Athletic Program
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Howell Public Schools Stakeholders Invited to Coffee Chat
Jason Schrock, Leah Brinker and Erin MacGregor
Howell High School Teacher Earns Statewide Honor
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Howell Public Schools Canned Food Drive Exceeds Goal
Howell’s FIRST Tech Challenge Team #8646 KAOS Claims Second Place at FIRST in Michigan FTC State Championship
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Three Howell FIRST Tech Challenge Teams Heading to State Championship
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Howell Public Schools Announces 2018-2019 Support Person and Service Person of the Year
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Howell High School to Host Suicide Prevention Program for Parents
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Howell High School Students Claim First Place at Livingston County Entrepreneurship Competition
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Howell Public Schools Highlander Reading Express Book Bus Has Successful First Year
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Howell Public Schools Winter Weather School Closing Process

From the Superintendent's Desk

Dear Families,

After the “Securing Our Future Sinking Fund” proposal was narrowly defeated in November, numerous parents and district stakeholders contacted the Board of Education and me to express disappointment that the proposal did not pass. Their feedback also included the need for a more substantial investment in security and a desire for enhanced instructional and extracurricular opportunities that were not included in the original proposal. Using this input, the Board of Education and district administration reviewed our 10-year capital needs plan and the desired safety improvements to develop a Capital Improvements and Building Security bond proposal. This proposal includes the capital improvement needs outlined in the sinking fund as well as items such as adding a secure entry vestibule to each building, upgrading all internal door locks to allow for an instant lockdown at the push of a button, redesigned learning spaces and Makerspaces in each building, and several athletic enhancements. The way this proposal has been structured, district taxpayers would not see an increase in the debt levy. In fact, if voters approve this bond proposal, our district debt levy will drop from 6.3 mills to 6.2 mills this summer.  To date, the Board of Education has approved the bond proposal language and application. The next step is for the Board of Education to call for an election, which they will take action on at the February board meeting. Once we have officially called for an election, we will be launching efforts to inform our community about this proposal.

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