High School

December 4th, 2005    Author: Rodney Beckwith    Filed Under: News

Voters within the Milford Exempted Village School district will be faced with a call for help this May when the district will in all likelihood run out of operating funds. The operating levy will be the first step in a two-pronged plan to not only continue operations in the district, but to relieve some of the overcrowding that is plaguing the district.

Valerie Miller, Communications Coordinator for the district, said that the levy and following bond issue will be vital for continued operations in the district.

Students crowd a hall in the Milford High School between classes. Overcrowding in the schools has resulted in the need for an additional bond issue to be placed before voters, but not until after an operating levy has been passed. Valerie Miller, district spokesperson, said that the system remains crowded due to unexpected growth in the area.
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