Pleasanton residents will have the chance to vote on the future of their schools Tuesday as they look at a bond issue worth over eight million dollars.
The bond would replace the current elementary facilities, make renovations, and connect the high school and elementary buildings.
Some structures have been around since the 1930's, and need improvements to keep up with the enrollment numbers.
"The board and building committee feels like we're close enough to Kearney that we can stay open, and the board's always had the philosophy that we're going to run the school as if it will be open in the next 100 years," said school superintendent Ron Wymore. "So this would be a step in that direction of keeping the school alive."
Polls will be open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. March 12 at the Pleasanton Community Center.