Lansing Pathway Promise

The Lansing School District is asking voters to vote on a 120 million dollar bond proposal called the Lansing Pathway Promise on May 3, 2016.

The proposal includes:
- A 21st century educational plan called the Lansing Pathway Promise.
- A $120 million investment in the Lansing Schools.
- A “roll over” of an expiring sinking fund millage of 1.5 mills with a slight increase of .75 mills, for a total levy of 2.25 mills.
- The increase would equate to only $37.50 per $100,000 in home market value ($50,000 in taxable value) per year.
- There would be much needed technology and security upgrades throughout the district as well as new furniture in every classroom.
- More importantly, the plan is designed to align with a proposed Lansing Pathway Promise that would better prepare students for career and college readiness.
- Lansing Eastern High School: International Baccalaureate, Chinese language, and biotechnology.
- Lansing Everett High School: New Tech High and Visual/Performing Arts.
- Lansing Sexton High School: STEM/STEAM and Spanish immersion.
- Each elementary, middle years, and K-8 schools would prepare students for this educational programming at the high school level.

Lansing Pathway Promise Bond and Sinking Fund

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