Clawson Public Schools
Clawson Public Schools site plan for new campus

Clawson (Mich.) district plans centralized campus for all its schools

Aug. 6, 2021
Voters approve a $55.9 million bond issue to "right-size" district facilities on one campus

The Clawson (Mich.) district has won voter approval to consolidate all its school buildings on one campus.

Passage of a $55.9 million bond proposal will enable the district to have all 1,350 students on a single campus; the high school, and middle school and elementary school will be joined by a common corridor, reports Royal Oak Tribune.

Faced with declining enrollment, Clawson decided to pursue funding for a single campus to “right-size” its facilities and make a number of infrastructure improvements.

District officials began considering a bond issue last year after the Troy School District rejected a proposed merger.

Construction is set to begin next summer. 

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