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Glenview District 34 Superintendent Dr. Dane Delli explains the district’s $119 million referendum funding request at an information session Saturday, Feb. 29, at Springman Middle School. Photos by David Kraus/22nd Century Media
Jason Petitte checks out some of the renderings of improvements that are part of District 34’s upcoming $119 million referendum.
Springman Principal Jason Kaiz talks to residents about some of the facility improvements that could be completed if voters pass a $119 million referendum during the 2020 primary elections.
Jason Addy, Editor
3:00 am CST March 4, 2020

With a $119 million referendum on the 2020 primary ballot, Glenview District 34 officials made a full-court push to ensure residents and taxpayers understood how vital the funding could be for the future of the district’s eight schools. 

District officials have led presentations and fielded questions at 11 information sessions so far, with a 12th session scheduled to be held at 2:45 p.m. Monday, March 9, at Pleasant Ridge School, 1730 Sunset Ridge Road.