Letter to the Editor: Superintendent Announces Implementation for Approved Bond

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Crystle Nehrmeyer

On behalf of the Oracle Elementary School District, our Governing Board, students, families, and staff, I want to express our sincere appreciation to the voters who supported and approved both Prop 438 and Prop 439, our override continuation and capital bond.  

  Our community came together and made the decision to make critical improvements to the Mountain Vista K-8 School campus.  We thank each person who endorsed and supported Prop 438 and Prop 439, including the extraordinary community members who formed “Focus on the Future” and supported the vision of a safe and efficient educational environment for our students.  The efforts of Ron Green, Jim Walsh, Holly Lyon, Edie Crall, Amy McDonald, and Allan Lyon can be felt in each classroom on our school campus.  

  Our implementation plan is underway!  Starting in June 2020, please visit our website at www.osd2.org or follow Mountain Vista K-8 School on Facebook for updates on project progress.  We look forward to starting the 2020-2021 school year with a community celebration to honor the hard work of our supporters and the first completed phase of our improvement projects.  

  It is an honor to serve our community and the Oracle Elementary School District.  I appreciate your support and the trust you have placed in our school district.  

  Sincerely,

/s/ Crystle Nehrmeyer

Superintendent 

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