The CMS bond proposal of $922 million dollars will come before voters Nov. 7. If approved, CMS would build 17 new schools and provide renovations or additions to 12 others.
The bond would impact learning—providing state-of-the-art technology plus classrooms and learning spaces that encourage collaboration and flexibility, equipping students for success in the 21st century. Right now, 78% of CMS schools are at or over capacity and many were built in the 1950s. The bond would relieve overcrowding throughout the district.
For more information, please contact the school office or visit the CMS website. If you have not registered to vote, same-day, in-person registration and voting can be done Through Nov. 4. To learn more, visit the Mecklenburg County Board of Elections website.