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Special Election Planned For Fall -- Likely Nov. 7
No one disputes that special things happen every day in each of Middletown's four schools. The problem is those buildings are old and don't meet the current educational standards.
To help get students and staff the facilities they need and deserve, the Town of Middletown is holding a special election for residents to vote on a $190 million bond to replace Middletown High School and Gaudet Middle School with a combined middle-high school facility.
When all the state reimbursements are factored in, the project is expected to cost the median Middletown homeowner about $2 a day, a number the town is working hard to reduce.
To learn more about the effort, check the information below and visit the School Building Committee webpage at Building Committee online. And keep an eye out here for news and developments with the proposal moving forward.
School Bond Information
- Get Heard On What You'd Like To See With New Schools
- "Another Report Finds Major Problems With Middletown High & Gaudet Middle School Buildings"
- "Cost Savings Could Be On The Way For Proposed Schools"
- "School Architect Contract Awarded"
- Gaudet Middle School & Middletown High School Facility Condition Index Report
- "School Bond Special Election Day Shifted -- Likely Nov. 7"
- "Educational Expert Working With Middletown To Improve, Upgrade Schools"
- Middletown High School CTE "Find Your Way" Video
- "New School Bond Looks Like It's Heading To A May 2 Special Election"
- Projected Tax Impact Of New Middle-High School
- "Middletown Moving Forward With School Plans -- Without Regionalization"
- Colliers School Building Plan Report
- Hilltop Securities School Building Financing Report
- "New Combined Middle-High School Mulled In Middletown"
- New School Building Report 11/30/22
- "Middletown Moving Forward To Improve Schools, How To Be Answered Quickly"
- School Building Problem Report