Wood Oaks Middle School Case Study

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The Wood Oaks Board of Education voted a referendum on the to build a new elementary school and middle school; Superintendent Lindsey Smith asked the board to approve a $3.3 million building program for the district, the money would be used for the new buildings. The middle school would be built in the central part of town and would serve two elementary schools now feeding into Wood Oaks Middle School. The Board voted four-two to place the issue as a referendum on the November general election ballot. Voting for placing the referendum on the ballot were Jones, Katie McCormack, Matthew O’Malley, and Joseph Sister. Voting against placing the referendum on the ballot were Christine Serrano and Mary Adams. McCormack said, “Clear, quite clearly,
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