Public Response Wanted on 4J Upgrades

EUGENE, Ore. — The 4J School District is asking for public comment on its long-range plans to upgrade and replace aging schools Wednesday night.

Superintendent Shelley Berman recommended improving school security and classroom technology and replacing or renovating three or four of the district’s schools, including Roosevelt Middle School and Howard Elementary School.

Voters would be asked to approve bond measures as early as this year to fund those improvements. But before the district makes any decisions, it wants the community’s input.

The board meeting is at 7 p.m. at the 4J Education Center located at 200 N. Monroe Street.


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  1. Just Bob says:

    Just like we are telling the progressive leader, quit spending money like a drunken sailor and get rid of those retirement funding union rules that are causing all of your problems. Otherwise we will vote down any measure you try to force down our throats.

  2. SAB says:

    Yes! That is my vote. These buildings are so old and need to be replaced and/or repaired. My kids’ school has 450 students and not enough classrooms. We cannot expand without having a new building.

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