POLAND, Ohio (WYTV) – Students in Poland soon could be getting some new schools.
The Poland Board of Education voted unanimously on Monday to put a bond issue on the November ballot. The issue would raise money to build a new state-of-the-art K-5 elementary school and 6-8 middle school.
After looking at data for more than six months, district officials said it is a cheaper option than renovating the current buildings.
The board does not yet know what the exact millage of the bond will be. The Mahoning County Auditor will help determine the amount.