LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – The Lansing School District has finalized the language of a bond proposal and will vote next week on whether to put it before voters.
Thursday night the board discussed the $120 million proposal at its meeting.
If approved .75 mill tax would go to fund improvements to school facilities, international baccalaureate studies, stem programs and language immersion classes.
The district says these improvements are necessary for Lansing schools to remain competitive.
The board of education will decide on whether to move forward with the proposal at its meeting next Thursday.