Constructing a modern, healthy school is an investment in our students and staff
The district is presenting two ballot questions to Mora school district voters on November 5th:
Should the Mora Public School District construct an addition to the Trailview campus for grades 7-8?
If Question 1 passes, should the Mora Public School District also construct an addition to the Trailview campus for grades 9-12?
These ballot questions allow voters to decide whether to:
Build an addition to move some of our secondary students – those in grades 7-8 – to the Trailview campus, or
Complete our campus and move all of our secondary students – those in grades 7-12 – to a new wing at the Trailview site, or
Reject all of the proposed investments needed to build a new school
Current school facility
preliminary draft of new school
A new building will support vocational training and hands-on learning
New construction will support better vocational training, STEM curriculum, technology access, collaboration and a variety of strategies to accommodate today’s educational programming and best practices.
Although design plans cannot be finalized until after the referendum, new construction will include:
Properly equipped work stations for welding, auto shop and cooking classes
Science labs with functioning sinks, Bunsen burners, and proper ventilation
Expanded computer labs and improved classroom technology (e.g., Internet, e-boards, wireless infrastructure)
Adequate electrical access in all spaces
Modern spaces that are flexible for students to move around and break into groups
Accessibility for all learners, regardless of their physical challenges