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Can this plan be completed without the bond?

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Goal #1 Operations
Are the firms using to assist with Bond and Architectural decisions being paid with the bond funds and have they assisted the district with prior decisions?

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Can the City of Saginaw plan for improving public facilities funds assist with the districts’ objectives #3 plan?

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Im still paying on the last bond that went to refurbish schools. I believe some of those schools are closed now. Why should I support this plan? Id be more open to a plan that doesnt involve tearing down and rebuilding schools. I understand the enrollment is too low at both high schools, why not refurbish them and move 6th thru 8th to a wing at the high schools (like done at BC Western)? This would leave Thomson and the Ruben Daniels buildings open for SASA and Handley to move into.

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Have anyone considered that the schools being closed/demolished have been the feeder schools to Saginaw High? The feeder schools to Saginaw High has always been in jeopardy because of limited resources and high classroom size.

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African American Literature is being offered as an elective for English, why can’t it be offered as an social studies credit? Can U.S. and World History can be taught within the same class?