No Tax Increase Bond Issue
On April 4, voters in the Independence School District will be presented with a no tax increase bond issue. The $38 million bond would build a new elementary school to ease overcrowding, eliminate all mobile trailers in the ISD and advance the Academy model for all ISD high school students.
ISD High School Students Qualify for State Music Contest
Sixty-six vocal and instrumental performances from all three district high schools qualified for the State Music Contest. Students from Truman High School and William Chrisman High School competed at the MSHSAA District Solo/Ensemble Music Festival on March 10, and students from Van Horn High School competed in the District Solo and Small Ensemble Contest on March […]
Bond Issue FAQ
Q: What would the no tax increase bond issue pay for? A: The $38 million bond would pay for a new elementary school with a capacity of 450-500 students at 31st Street and Hardy Avenue. The new elementary school would ease overcrowding and eliminate all elementary mobile trailers in the district. This new elementary school would open […]