“MCCSC has solidified our important role in the educational community with a clear alignment to our collective vision: working together to do the right thing for our students. A referendum that pays for some or all of early childhood education and for the many costs incurred by families in the education of their students is a big step toward that vision.”
– Dr. Jeff Hauswald, Superintendent
MCCSC is considering a referendum in November 2023 that would remove barriers to students and families so they can fully participate in their educational experience.
Making public school affordable for families with children from ages 3 through high school seniors will improve the lives of families, students and community members. We are currently gathering feedback from our community and working together to finalize a plan. Check back often as this page will be updated with additional information soon.
MCCSC has placed on the November 7 ballot an operations referendum to finance unfunded needs. These include affordable early childhood education, instructional materials, and access to technology and testing fees. Creating this access supports the school corporation’s equity goal of removing barriers so that all students and families may fully participate in the highest quality educational experience.
MCCSC, having conducted an opinion survey and conducted community engagement sessions, believes that making public school affordable for families with children from Pre-K through high school seniors will improve the lives of families, students and community members.