Zero Tax Impact Referendum

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2021

The Warren Township School District is in need of capital improvements to maintain school facilities and provide for the health and safety of students and staff. The District has been methodically saving for such needs through its capital reserve fund for several years. The District will receive approximately 34% of the project costs from the state if the referendum described below receives voter approval. 

THE PROJECTS

WARREN MIDDLE SCHOOL

LED Light Fixture Upgrade

HVAC Replacement at Both Gymnasiums

Upgrades to Original Science Labs

Fire Alarm Upgrades

CENTRAL SCHOOL

HVAC & Boiler/Pumps Replacement

HVAC Upgrades

Interior Door Replacement

Fire Alarm Upgrades

MT. HOREB SCHOOL

Fire Alarm Upgrades

ANGELO L. TOMASO SCHOOL

Partial Window Replacement

Fire Alarm Upgrades

WOODLAND SCHOOL

Boiler Replacement       Security Vestibule

HVAC Replacement at Gymnasium             Firm Alarm Upgrades

FINANCIAL DATA

Total Anticipated Cost $8,970,000

Anticipated State Debt Service Aid -$3,050,000

District Cost (fully funded from current capital reserves) $5,920,000


With the combination of the District’s capital reserves and state aid, there would be zero tax impact as a result of this referendum.