WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – The Washtenaw Intermediate School District is asking voters to approve a millage that would demolish and rebuild a school for special-needs students just outside Ann Arbor.

If passed on Tuesday, Aug. 6, the bond proposes a 0.37-mill tax increase that would generate $53.2 million, allowing for the renovation of High Point School’s existing gymnasium and pool where adaptive aquatics and adaptive physical education would continue, officials said.

The project also would fund demolition of one of the remaining parts of the building that would no longer be used, and allow construction of new classrooms, special subject rooms for music and art and professional rooms to support occupational and physical therapy, officials said.

Opened in 1975, High Point School originally was built

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