School district discusses possible $21 million bond referendum

The Moorestown Suns Posted Feb 24,2019

A vote on a nearly $21 million bond referendum could be on the horizon for the Moorestown Township School District.

To accommodate full-day kindergarten, the district is considering reconfiguring the current grade levels, which would mean moving sixth grade from the Upper Elementary School to William Allen Middle School and adding classrooms to WAMS to make space for these students.

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The district’s architect, Robert Garrison of Garrison Architects, presented the district’s proposed long-range facilities plan at last Tuesday’s board of education meeting.

According to their calculations, the average homeowner would pay an additional $10 a month in school taxes if the referendum is passed.


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