Although it's not stated in this "informational notice" on the district website, you need to know how the CCS district wants to get a new bond or sinking fund approved for future facility and technology spending. The district's recent actions show they consider a lack of response from the public to be acceptance and approval of their actions or requests. Make sure you ask specifics about how they want to spend the money and ask about the changes coming for new Michigan public school bond funds that will apply to this bond request (if it is approved) and how much more it will cost the taxpayers than in the past...
See below for info on "community input sessions" coming up in November 2011 from the home page for the CCS website here: Please be sure you attend!
"Community Input Sessions for Future Technology and Facility PlanningCCS Administrators will be holding three Community Input Sessions for future facility and technology planning. The purpose of these sessions will be to discuss the technology and building/capital improvement needs of the district, gather feedback from parents and community members about these needs and determine next steps.
Sessions will be held on the following dates at the locations noted:
Wednesday, November 9 - Springfield Plains Elementary School Media Center - 6:00 pm
Wednesday, November 16 - CCS Administration Building - 12:00 noon
Thursday, November 17 - Pine Knob Elementary School Media Center - 6:00 pm
We hope you can join us!"