By Branden Ferguson, Multi Media Video Journalist - bio | email
CELINA, OHIO -
The November election is quickly approaching, keeping Celina School administrators busy, as they push for support for their 4.3 mill levy to build a new elementary school. Celina school administrators are looking to build a new school to replace Celina's East and West Elementary buildings.
After receiving 8.1 million dollars from the Ohio School Facilities Commission, the district is asking voters to approve a 27.7 million dollar bond. Superintendent Steve Keller says Celina's East and West elementaries are cramped and deteriorating. Adding to the problems, a concern of security during the warmer Spring months. School officials believe a new elementary school is needed to set students up for success.
Celina Schools have created a Facebook page for their levy campaign, where you can view an informational slide show with pictures included.