Please share the following information with your neighborhood
friends. We need support from ALL community members.
Even if your neighbor does not currently have a child in D86
schools, a supported referendum that gets passed will improve their
property values. The facilities in D86 schools are very
inferior to the facilities at surrounding schools.
We haven't passed a
referendum for major renovations in 56 years when Hinsdale voted to
build Hinsdale South!
The cost of the new pools comes out to
24 cents per household per day, based on a $500,000 home
DETAILS WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS so that they are informed, if they
receive the phone poll:
comparison of the district pools to the new pools
within the area has been done. Here
is a look at about 20 new pools, the year they were built, the
size, and some notes. As well as pictures of
some of these pools versus Central and South. A picture is
worth 39 million words. You will notice that the new pools
are all significantly nicer than ours, with better lighting, more
lanes, aesthetically pleasing.
The phone survey (with pool
questions) is now calling random numbers in our community and is
not accepting incoming calls. (Perhaps you'll get
The biggest thing we
can do right now is to be engaged, especially by sending an email
to the Board asking them to please include the pool in the
referendum question and to talk to neighbors, encouraging them to
vote Yes on the November referendum ballot question which includes
new pools, as well as updating other outdated facilities at
Hinsdale South and Hinsdale Central.
Emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be
automatically forwarded to all seven current board members, as well
as copied to the Superintendent.
Thank you for your
interest and support. Outgoing HSC President Betsy Bruns
represented HSC on 2 different task forces related to the
referendum question. Feel free to reach out to her with
questions or talking points to discuss with your neighbors.