Responsibility is to the students
A recent open forum asked, “How many times are we going to bring the school up to code?” The answer is pretty obvious, if you vote yes on the April 9th referendum. Voting yes would put us on track to not have to renovate for a very long time. Now, if you believe voting no is the answer on April 9th, then the answer becomes very difficult. Voting no equals bringing the school up to code every time the building fails, and with the record of the last 15 years present, it has been failing a lot! Old buildings are forever having recurring and new issues.
Let’s quickly look to the future and fast forward to the year 2029. If the referendum is voted down on April 9th, Hall High School will be a 115-year-old building, and we will probably be asking the same question again “How many times are we going to bring the school up to code?” Now, if the community can band together and vote yes on April 9th, Hall High School will be a 15-year-old building providing what our communities’ children need to become successful members of society.
If anyone believes the present building has “nothing wrong” with it, they should come take a tour. If after touring the school anyone can say that there is “nothing wrong,” then they must not know what the meaning of what wrong is. There are multiple heating, cooling, structural, and most importantly, technological problems that exist within the current structure. Even renovating can not fix the technological short falls the school faces.
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