SB-L Community Schools invite public for tours in hopes of future upgrades

Sergeant Bluff, IA (KTIV)-  The Sergeant Bluff- Luton School District is offering tours and open houses of their buildings so voters can see what improvements need to be made to the school district.


These improvements will be part of a bond that the public will vote on.

This is the third time those in the district have voted on plans.

Sergeant Bluff- Luton Superintendent Rod Earleywine says the bond would be anywhere between $60-62 million.

This would include improvements for all schools in the district and could include building a new high school.

Plans will be presented to the board of education in October.

“It seems like everybody keeps coming to the same conclusion, that the plan presented is the best plan for the future of our school district and, involves all of our students and all of our buildings and, we just feel that is the right direction to go,” says Earleywine.

An open house will be held from 5-8 p.m. Thursday.

There will be another tour at 11 a.m. Friday at the Sergeant Bluff- Luton Primary School.

Ashly Richardson

Ashly Richardson

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