Posted on 2/29/24
Video discusses March 19 facility improvements referendum
Glenbard District 87 is asking voters to consider a facility improvements referendum on the March 19 ballot. It’s a community created plan that will improve the quality of all four Glenbard high schools. Learn more by watching the video at the link above.
Posted on 2/22/24
Join us at referendum information forum at each high school
We invite you to join us at information forums at each high school to learn about our facility needs and our March 19 facility improvements referendum. The forums will take place on February 28-29 and March 6-7.
Posted on 2/9/24
Five Facts About Glenbard’s Referendum
Five facts about Glenbard District 87’s plan to improve our high schools.
Posted on 1/17/24
Facility Improvements Referendum FAQ
On Tuesday, March 19, 2024 Glenbard District 87 community members will be asked to vote on a $183 million facility improvements referendum. We prepared a Facility Improvements Referendum FAQ with questions and answers relating to Glenbard District 87’s bond proposal. Please note that the FAQ will be updated as the process continues.
Categories of information
• Community Created Plan
• Facility Master Plan Projects
• Election Day & Voting Information
Posted on 1/17/24
Glenbard March 2024 Referendum Details
For generations, Glenbard District 87 students have benefitted from an outstanding high school experience. We want to continue this tradition. Our four high schools, which range in age from 51 to 101 years old, have numerous capital improvement needs. The March 19, 2024 referendum seeks to secure funding necessary to make crucial facility improvements.
Posted on 12/12/23
Board authorizes referendum to address facility needs
On Dec. 11, 2023, the Glenbard District 87 Board of Education authorized the administration to proceed with a referendum in March 2024 to assist in funding Glenbard District 87’s 10-year Facility Master Plan.
The board unanimously approved a resolution to place a question on the March 19, 2024 ballot to seek voter approval to issue $183 million in bonds to improve the sites of and alter, repair and equip Glenbard’s four high schools, which are between 51 and 101 years old. The new Facility Master Plan identified $312 million of priorities for improvements at each of the high schools. Glenbard District 87 is asking the community to approve $183 million of bonds to fund the plan, and the district will contribute $129 million of funding from its operating revenues over the next 10 years to fund the $312 million plan.
The bond proposal will cost the owner of a $300,000 home about $4 per week. Use this tax estimate calculator for estimate of tax payment increase on Glenbard District 87 building bonds referendum on March 19, 2024.
Facility Plan survey results
The facility plan survey was open from Oct. 2 to 27. Survey results will help us continue to improve Glenbard District 87 for our students. Survey results will inform our new 10-year facility plan as we address the most important facility needs at our schools.