Dear District 113A Families, Staff, and Community,
On behalf of the Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A, we would like to thank our entire District 113A community for their thoughtful consideration of the referendum question on the April 6 ballot. We are pleased that the solution the board presented to voters balanced the needs of the school district and our local taxpayers.
Throughout this process, we have worked to engage in a two-way conversation about District 113A’s space and capacity needs and how we can best address those needs. We are overwhelmed by the support of our community.
With the passage of the referendum, the school district will be able to move forward with many improvements, such as:
- Reopening Central School to provide more space for students
- Reducing class sizes throughout the district
- Adding full-day kindergarten
We would like to thank everyone who took part in this process, including those who provided us with their feedback and input over the past several months.
We have proposed the plans, and now that the referendum is approved, let’s begin the work of creating the future of District 113A!
Once again, thank you for your support of our schools.
District 113A Board of Education and Dr. Anthony McConnell, Superintendent