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District Appleseed Newsletter

Our most recent district newsletter, the APPLESEED, can be viewed here:  Appleseed December

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Our Fall Appleseed

Appleseed is our district newsletter.  Each month, Superintendent Nick Ceglarek opens with a message to parents and the community.  This is followed by short articles featuring student learning in our eleven buildings across the district.

Georgetown’s feature article highlights our recycling of plastics and paper.

The Appleseed will be arriving in your advance newspaper this week.  You can also view this edition here:  Appleseed Oct/Nov

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School Board Minutes

The minutes for the September meeting of the HPS School Board are now available on the district website.  To view, visit this link:  September Meeting Summary

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Appleseed, May/June 2011

The HPS District Appleseed Newsletter has been published.  This will arrive  with your Advance Paper.  You can also download the May/June edition here:  Appleseed411red

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DON’T FORGET TO VOTE!!!!!

PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO VOTE ………  TOMORROW, TUESDAY, MAY 3!!!!

We are so fortunate to be in a school community which is growing. Over the past 5 years, Hudsonville Public Schools has grown by 604 students. This trend is not new to Hudsonville as our enrollment has almost tripled over the last 25 years.  In an effort to address the need for additional classroom space, our Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to go before voters with a bond request. The proposal to be voted on May 3 calls for:
•New 9+ building on the existing high school site
•New South Elementary located on Greenly Street
•New competition pool and fine arts auditorium
•New transportation facility
•Reconfiguring the Freshman Campus to an Early Childhood Center
•Technology upgrades to all school buildings
•Athletic upgrades at Baldwin, Riley, and High School
Since the district is part of the School Bond Revolving Fund (SBRF), which the state makes available to rapidly growing districts, we will be able to build the facilities and improvements WITHOUT a millage increase. Currently, the districts levies 7.0 mills for debt retirement and the rate will remain at 7.0 mills. The total cost of the proposal will be $82,000,000.00. If you have questions please visit our website, www.hudsonvillepublicschools.org or call our superintendent, Nick Ceglarek, 616-669-1740 ext 1.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO GET OUT AND VOTE ON TUESDAY, MAY 3!!!! THANK YOU

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MAY 3 BOND ELECTION for HPS

We are so fortunate to be in a school community which is growing. Over the past 5 years, Hudsonville Public Schools has grown by 604 students. This trend is not new to Hudsonville as our enrollment has almost tripled over the last 25 years.  In an effort to address the need for additional classroom space, our Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to go before voters with a bond request. The proposal to be voted on May 3 calls for:
•New 9+ building on the existing high school site
•New South Elementary located on Greenly Street
•New competition pool and fine arts auditorium
•New transportation facility
•Reconfiguring the Freshman Campus to an Early Childhood Center
•Technology upgrades to all school buildings
•Athletic upgrades at Baldwin, Riley, and High School
Since the district is part of the School Bond Revolving Fund (SBRF), which the state makes available to rapidly growing districts, we will be able to build the facilities and improvements WITHOUT a millage increase. Currently, the districts levies 7.0 mills for debt retirement and the rate will remain at 7.0 mills. The total cost of the proposal will be $82,000,000.00. If you have questions please visit our website, www.hudsonvillepublicschools.org or call our superintendent, Nick Ceglarek, 616-669-1740 ext 1.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO GET OUT AND VOTE ON TUESDAY, MAY 3!!!! THANK YOU

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MAY 3 BOND ELECTION for HPS

We are so fortunate to be in a school community which is growing. Over the past 5 years, Hudsonville Public Schools has grown by 604 students. This trend is not new to Hudsonville as our enrollment has almost tripled over the last 25 years.  In an effort to address the need for additional classroom space, our Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to go before voters with a bond request. The proposal to be voted on May 3 calls for:
•New 9+ building on the existing high school site
•New South Elementary located on Greenly Street
•New competition pool and fine arts auditorium
•New transportation facility
•Reconfiguring the Freshman Campus to an Early Childhood Center
•Technology upgrades to all school buildings
•Athletic upgrades at Baldwin, Riley, and High School
Since the district is part of the School Bond Revolving Fund (SBRF), which the state makes available to rapidly growing districts, we will be able to build the facilities and improvements WITHOUT a millage increase. Currently, the districts levies 7.0 mills for debt retirement and the rate will remain at 7.0 mills. The total cost of the proposal will be $82,000,000.00. If you have questions please visit our website, www.hudsonvillepublicschools.org or call our superintendent, Nick Ceglarek, 616-669-1740 ext 1.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO GET OUT AND VOTE ON TUESDAY, MAY 3!!!! THANK YOU

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Community Forum: Bond Proposal

Over the past several years the number of students attending Hudsonville Public Schools has grown significantly.  During the past eighteen months we have been exploring options to address this growth.  Following a lengthy process of study and community input, the Board of Education unanimously approved a bond proposal to bring to the voters.  While this request does not raise the millage rate, it is a comprehensive approach to addressing the needs of our growing K-12 student population.

Please join us for a community gathering to review this proposal that will go before the voters on May 3, 2011.

Location: Hudsonville High School Auditorium (5037 32nd Avenue)

Dates: Tuesday, April 19

Time: 7:00 p.m.

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MAY 3 BOND ELECTION for HPS

We are so fortunate to be in a school community which is growing. Over the past 5 years, Hudsonville Public Schools has grown by 604 students. This trend is not new to Hudsonville as our enrollment has almost tripled over the last 25 years.  In an effort to address the need for additional classroom space, our Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to go before voters with a bond request. The proposal to be voted on May 3 calls for:
•New 9+ building on the existing high school site
•New South Elementary located on Greenly Street
•New competition pool and fine arts auditorium
•New transportation facility
•Reconfiguring the Freshman Campus to an Early Childhood Center
•Technology upgrades to all school buildings
•Athletic upgrades at Baldwin, Riley, and High School
Since the district is part of the School Bond Revolving Fund (SBRF), which the state makes available to rapidly growing districts, we will be able to build the facilities and improvements WITHOUT a millage increase. Currently, the districts levies 7.0 mills for debt retirement and the rate will remain at 7.0 mills. The total cost of the proposal will be $82,000,000.00. If you have questions please visit our website, www.hudsonvillepublicschools.org or call our superintendent, Nick Ceglarek, 616-669-1740 ext 1.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO GET OUT AND VOTE ON TUESDAY, MAY 3!!!! THANK YOU

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MAY 3 BOND ELECTION for HPS

We are so fortunate to be in a school community which is growing. Over the past 5 years, Hudsonville Public Schools has grown by 604 students. This trend is not new to Hudsonville as our enrollment has almost tripled over the last 25 years.  In an effort to address the need for additional classroom space, our Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to go before voters with a bond request. The proposal to be voted on May 3 calls for:
•New 9+ building on the existing high school site
•New South Elementary located on Greenly Street
•New competition pool and fine arts auditorium
•New transportation facility
•Reconfiguring the Freshman Campus to an Early Childhood Center
•Technology upgrades to all school buildings
•Athletic upgrades at Baldwin, Riley, and High School
Since the district is part of the School Bond Revolving Fund (SBRF), which the state makes available to rapidly growing districts, we will be able to build the facilities and improvements WITHOUT a millage increase. Currently, the districts levies 7.0 mills for debt retirement and the rate will remain at 7.0 mills. The total cost of the proposal will be $82,000,000.00. If you have questions please visit our website, www.hudsonvillepublicschools.org or call our superintendent, Nick Ceglarek, 616-669-1740 ext 1.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO GET OUT AND VOTE ON TUESDAY, MAY 3!!!! THANK YOU

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