Logan Elm will be asking voters to approve a levy that could see state dollars helping local funds build a new campus
The Logan Elm School District will be coming to voters this November to seek approval of a constructing levy for a new campus.
Logan Elm is considered a "lapsed district", since voters rejected previous opportunities to approve votes for these state funds.
While the exact local millage needed won't be known until later this summer, the proposed $39.4 million project would see $25.6 million coming from local dollars and the rest would be paid by the state.
The project, if approved by voters, would build one new middle/high school to house grades 6 through 12 & Career Tech; allowance to abate and demolish Laurelville, Pickaway, Salt Creek and Washington elementary schools.
It would also allow the district to renovate the McDowell Middle & High School building into a pre-kindergarten through 5th grade building.