CLOVER, S.C. - The Clover School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution to place a bond referendum on the November 8 ballot.
The Board of Trustees met in a special session on Monday, August 1, to consider the resolution which directs the construction of a new high school with a capacity for 2,100 students. The proposed new high school would be built on the parcel of land already owned by the district on what is currently Daimler Boulevard.
The bond question approved by the Board that will appear on the ballot reads:
“Shall the Board of Trustees of Clover School District No. 2 of York County, South Carolina (the “School District”), be authorized to issue and sell, in two or more separate issues, general obligation bonds of the School District in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $156,000,000, the proceeds of which shall be applied to defray the costs (including architectural, engineering, legal and related fees) of all or a portion of constructing and equipping a new high school to be located on property purchased by the district at the Tax Map ID of 4880000011, currently named Daimler Blvd.?”
With the approval of the resolution, Clover School District today announced Future Ready, an information campaign to answer community questions about the upcoming bond referendum. The cornerstone of this campaign is the launch of a website dedicated to bond facts and resources. The website will launch on Tuesday, August 2, 2022.