Tecumseh Public Schools issued a bond on May 3 Special Election Vote

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect the correct sources of the $500,000 donation to Tecumseh Public Schools for the addition of a high school music room.

TECUMSEH — And for the past few months, a full-scale marketing effort has been underway to spread the word about the $75 million bond that Tecumseh Public Schools submitted for a May 3 special election.

The district’s Facebook page is lit with information that the bond would not increase the current population of 7.2 million, but would extend it to 2053.

During March and April, Superintendent Rick Hilderley held informational breakfasts, luncheons and meetings with residents to explain the merits of the capital improvement projects that will take place when the problem is over.

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