Looking ahead to a bright future
The Gloucester County Clerk’s Office has certified the results of the bond referendum, which was approved by voters.
The tally included 6,527 votes for the referendum, and 4,748 opposed.
Clearview Regional High School District has begun to lay the groundwork for projects that will bring a Middle School STEM Lab, turf field, enhanced security, HVAC upgrades and other improvements to our schools.
We will update the community through email and other regular communication channels as information becomes available.
The district and Board of Education members appreciate all the voters who informed themselves about the bond proposal and made their voices heard.
We are confident that the projects on the horizon will provide years of benefits for our students and community members.
How we got here
Clearview Regional High School District is a high-quality school system offering exceptional opportunities in academics, arts and athletics.
What is a bond referendum?
A referendum is just another word for a vote. Voters in Mantua Township and Harrison Township – the municipalities the district serves – will decide whether Clearview Regional can finance significant building projects through the sale of bonds. If you are registered to vote at least 3 weeks before the referendum, you can have a say in the proposal.
What could we accomplish for students & the community?
Upgraded security systems
Consistent, efficient climate control
Support work necessary to access energy-saving funds
STEM Lab for Middle School
New sound, lighting for auditorium
New emergency generators to meet modern needs
Middle School roof section replacements
New exterior doors
Synthetic turf field
Upgraded, expanded space for fitness activities
Enhancements that create value for district communities
Why is the timing right?
Several factors are pointing Clearview toward this strategy for funding improvements:
Rendering of synthetic turf field at Clearview Regional High School
WATCH: Overview of bond referendum projects & funding strategy