Keep Euclid Schools Moving Forward
The new elementary schools are making a difference. Kindergarten through 5th grade enrollment is growing and our schools are making improvements!
Now’s the time to finish the job and provide the same up-to-date classrooms, labs and technology for all of Euclid’s kids, with the State paying $40 million, but only if Euclid voters approve the local share of $96 million with Issue 111.
Issue 111 will cost the average homeowner approximately $16 monthly.
Your vote for Issue 111 will:
- Update Euclid High School and give our kids the tools they need to succeed
- Build the new middle school Euclid desperately needs
- Expand our high-quality preschool and kindergarten at Forest Park
- Improve health, wellness, and recreation for students and the whole community
- Expand career and technical education at the high school, with help from local employers
- Make college credit courses available to more students, saving families thousands
Renovating and updating our middle and high schools would cost at least $20-25 million – but the state won’t help pay for those renovations and updates. Our only other option puts the entire burden of renovating out-of-date buildings totally on local taxpayers – and we may still have the replace those buildings in the future.