News Category: Political

Letter: Macomb school millage seeks to restore necessary funding

The students in Macomb County schools need to be prepared for high-paying jobs that are driving the future economy of the region. High-quality schools support high property values and are critical to the vibrancy of neighborhoods.

That’s why Ron Roberts, Superintendent, Chippewa Valley Schools, and Robert Ross, President, Utica Community Schools Board of Education are asking voters to consider funding which would add $418 per student to Macomb County schools. All Macomb County school districts would receive funding for 10 years with 100% of the resources staying local and supporting our students. Districts would be able to determine the best use of the resources to meet the needs of their community’s children.

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