Gibraltar Area School District preparing for construction after referendum approval

By Tim Kowols


Shovels will not be breaking ground any time soon but there is still plenty of work behind the scenes going on to make improvements at Gibraltar Area Schools. The estimated $4.4 million referendum project was approved by voters earlier this month by a 70 percent-30 percent margin. The project calls for major improvements to the secondary school library and other renovations. Superintendent Tina Van Meer says some decisions could be made in January.





Van Meer credited the supportive community and the district’s staff with the successful passage of its two referendum questions.

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