In 2016, Cedar Springs Public Schools conducted a thorough review of our existing facilities. The report identified several areas in need of our attention; including safety and security upgrades, roofing, paving, mechanical systems, flooring, playgrounds, and electrical system upgrades throughout the district. In addition to areas of need associated with the current condition of our schools, we need additional learning spaces to accommodate our growing student population.

CSPS has utilized its building site sinking fund and grants to address some of these capital improvements. District leaders placed an emphasis on projects which enhanced student and staff safety and security while on our campus. The Board of Education is now considering several options to provide the necessary spaces needed to accommodate our growing student population and to address remaining infrastructure needs.

Your thoughts are essential to the Board of Education as they work on clarifying the direction for our district’s facility plan. CSPS is asking parents and residents of our community to complete a short questionnaire to help focus the district’s next steps regarding our facilities.

Please provide your thoughts by completing the questionnaire by 4:00 p.m. on January 27.   Be assured that your answers will remain completely anonymous.

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* 1. Where do you live in the Cedar Springs School District?

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* 2. Do you currently have children attending the Cedar Springs Public Schools? If yes, select the grade range.  (check all that apply)

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* 3. On November 5th, 2019 voters in the Cedar Springs Public School District defeated an $81 million bond proposal.  This proposal would have increased taxes on residential property by 0.9 mills. Did you vote in that election, either by going to the polls, voting by absentee ballot or were you unable to vote in that election?

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* 4. Did you vote Yes in favor of the bond proposal or did you vote No to oppose it?

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* 5. If you voted NO, what are the main reasons you did not support the bond proposal?

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