It has been two years since voters approved a $71.39 million bond to focus on safety and security, new instructional technology, renovations and build a performing arts center. Two days after the vote, the state of Michigan - as well as most of the country - came to a screeching halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the bleakness of the time, there was a bright spot as crews quietly continued to work on the bond projects. In this special Bond 2020 edition of "Brown"s Blog," Superintendent Kevin Brown gives viewers an inside look at the tremendous amount of work that has taken place and shares what projects will be tackled this summer.
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