CLOVER, S.C (CN2 NEWS) – The Clover School District says it has heard from the community and is now looking at another bond resolution to appear on the November ballot.
On Monday, August 1st the Clover School Board will vote to move forward, or not move, regarding a $156-million bond to build a new high school.
Back in September of 2021 Clover voters voted down a nearly $197-million bond referendum that would have included funds for a new high school, elementary school and more.
Clover Schools are now saying the community is growing at a fast rate and need to keep up.
Since the vote last fall the Clover School District has been on a listening tour speaking with residents about what they wanted to see in a potential bond resolution.
The board says they are looking at building a new high school that could hold 2,100 students on a parcel of land already owned by the district on Daimler Boulevard.
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