[Discussion] The Collingswood BOE Adds A List of Links To Inform The Public About Bond Referendum Vote, But Is It Enough?

For months the information has been spread in different areas, which others and myself have been trying to bring together here, on this blog.

The Collingswood School District finally put together a comprehensive list of information related to the upcoming Bond Referendum Vote for the Outdoor Enrichment Project (aka The Stadium Project). Personally, I now have quite a collection of emails, text messages, packets, links to board meeting agendas, powerpoints, and video clips but still found new information on the pages. So you should check them out too.

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Here Is What I Found To Be Most Helpful:

The MAIN PAGE  from the district can be found here, so you can pick your own adventure: http://www.collingswood.k12.nj.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=354616&type=d

If you are interested in the TAX CALCULATOR to see how the bond would affect your pocketbook, click here: http://www.collingswood.k12.nj.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=354616&type=d&termREC_ID=&pREC_ID=670282

The district’s official FAST FACTS SHEET includes the voting places and a list of what the district would plan to use the money to accomplish. You can click here to download it: http://www.collingswood.k12.nj.us/ourpages/auto/2018/1/7/59300404/Fast%20Facts%20Collingswood%20%20Refernendum%20March%2013%202018.pdf


If you would like to see how the CEAG has reported on and the opinions leading up to this point, Click here: http://collingswoodeducation.org/tag/bond-referendum/


What do you think? Has the district done their due diligence in informing voters about the upcoming special election in what way(s) have you been informed about it?

Jen R

Jen R

Jen Rossi, Vice President Jen Rossi moved to Collingswood with her spouse in 2012. She is a graduate of Georgian Court University with a Bachelor's Degree in Education and Fine Art. She has a certificate of eligibility with advanced standing in Elementary Education (K-5) and as a Teacher of Fine Art (K-12). After a part-time floating position and substitute teaching, Jen returned to the corporate world. Professionally Jen is a Digital Marketing Manager for a privately owned insurance brokerage, providing important information on how to reduce the risks in today's business world: ranging from slip and fall injuries to computer network hacks. Getting the information in the hands of people who need it with the help of guidebooks, webinars, instructional videos, blog posts, social media alerts, and online courses. With this background in education and knowledge of the process for communicating important information to anyone willing to hear it, Jen focuses her energy on making a big impact with small things- making life a little more convenient, helping people get informed, keeping things practical and timely, and encouraging achievable goals for success. In her free time, Jen loves upcycling, improving, and otherwise repurposing materials to the delight of family, neighbors, and Etsy customers. She looks forward to running down questions and getting helpful information into social feeds and inboxes of members of the Collingswood community.