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Moving Forward in Weld RE-4
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The results of the November 2016 election are in! The Weld RE-4 community voted to support measures 3B and 3C approving a mill levy override of $3.6 million and a $104.8 million bond. This funding will go toward non-routine repairs and improvements at every Weld RE-4 school, including big projects for Windsor High School and construction of a second high school for the district.

On behalf of the entire school district, and especially all Weld RE-4 students and staff, I want to say thank you. Thank you, time and again, to our citizens; you continue to support our community not only with your vote, but with your everyday engagement and actions. Thank you to everyone involved with Friends of Weld RE-4 Schools, the advocacy group for 3B and 3C whose members volunteered their time to educate voters on the issues and generate support across our community.

There are so many folks to thank, and we will take the time to do that in the coming weeks. We are now focused on moving forward swiftly and responsibly with the resources you have so generously invested in our students and schools.

The planning for mill levy and bond-related projects is underway to prepare for construction as soon as school is out in May 2017. Next week, our board of education will review a bond project timeline that we will make available to everyone online at weldre4.org/bond.

Many of you engaged over the past two years in helping us plan for growth in our district. Now that our community has asked us to move forward, we are going to ask you to engage again. In the first part of 2017, we will hold meetings on the technology mill levy as well as programming at the high school level to ensure that we get input that will allow us to successfully meet the needs of our students and the community.

Today, we are celebrating this great news; tomorrow, we will start to get down to the details. If you are interested in being involved, please let us know via engage@weldre4.org. We are putting together a citizen’s oversight committee that will monitor and advise the school district in the effective, efficient, and appropriate use of general obligation bond funds. You can find more information about this committee at weldre4.org/bond.

Again, I want to thank you all for your support in our efforts as a school district to inspire innovation and empower success for each and every Weld RE-4 student today and into the future. 

Dan Seegmiller