The ‘very best’ education
On Dec. 22, 1913, the Hall Board of Education met with then superintendent Ernest Bost to consider his recommendation to borrow $100,000 to build a township high school to provide “the very best” education to the students of Hall Township. The Hall Board voted yes, and that $100,000 investment led to the birth of the Hall Township High and Vocational School, which has resulted in almost 100 years of academic and vocational excellence.
History has shown that board members Dr. J.H. Franklin, Charles Sherrard, J.J. O’Halloran, L.H. Smith, Martin Zearing, Joseph Campeggio, William Guenther, Dr. R.A. Smith and board President R.M. Hill made a very wise decision.
Now we turn the page to the year 2013, and the Hall Township High School Board of Education is asking the citizens of Hall Township to approve a new Hall High School to provide “the very best” education to the students of Hall Township. The decision made by this board of education came after months of study and discussion of the merits of renovating the current school at a cost of $18 million, as compared to building a new Hall High School at a cost of $32 million. Their decision to build a new high school was based on what they believe is best for the students of Hall Township and what is best for the taxpayers of Hall Township.
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