Official Ballot Language

"Shall the Board of Education of Monticello Community Unit School District Number 25, Piatt, DeWitt and Champaign Counties, Illinois, improve the sites of, build and equip additions to and alter, repair and equip the Washington Elementary and Monticello High School Buildings, demolish the Old Washington School Building and issue bonds of said School District to the amount of $29,800,000 for the purpose of paying the costs thereof?"

1 Students Impacted
1 Teachers Impacted
1% College Enrollment
1% Satisfaction Goal

Our Featured Documents

Recommended documents regarding the referendum.

Document Preview #1
2017

Tax Impacts (Homeowner)

A chart which provides homeowner and senior citizen tax impacts for a range of market value properties.
 

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Document Preview #3
2017

Tax Impacts (Farmland)

A chart which provides farmland tax impacts for all current PI values in Piatt County.
 

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Document Preview #5
January 3, 2018

Facility Referendum FAQs

A list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that pertain the the 2018 Monticello CUSD #25 Facility Referendum.
 

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Document Preview #7
November 20, 2017

Project Budget Summary

A projected budget summary for the Washington Elementary and Monticello High School facility construction, renovation, and improvement project.
 

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Document Preview #2
November 6, 2017

Facility Renderings

A rendering of the proposed structural changes to the Monticello High School and Washington Elementary School campuses.

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Document Preview #4
June 21, 2017

Final CFAC Report

Findings for presentation to the full School Board including recommendations to garner majority support from the community for a referendum in 2018.

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Document Preview #6
2017

District Report Card (2017)

A document which compares our district with ten area districts on a variety of school variables.
 

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