Watch the new video

 
 
 
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Every vote counts.


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Vote to get it
on the ballot

Residents in all three towns must vote by a 2/3 majority to place the project on the spring ballot.

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Vote ‘Yes’ for
a new school

Residents vote at their assigned polling location in each town to approve funding. It must pass in all three towns to move forward.


Unable to vote May 6?

 

Know the Facts

It costs more to repair than to build a new school.

 
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Building a new, combined 7-12 school is the fiscally responsible option for facilities that:

  • Support 21st century education

  • Avoid school closures

  • Maintain property values

  • Affirm Pentucket as a district that values education

 
 
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Get the Facts 

We’ve compiled key facts about project costs, process and why the schools need replacement. Browse all of our Fast Facts.


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What does a
‘Yes’ or ‘No’ vote mean?

Our goal is to make sure voters are as informed as possible about the May 6 vote. A ‘no’ vote does not mean taxpayers will not pay higher taxes to repair the schools. In fact, the total cost will be more.


Pledge to support our schools

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Can we count on your vote?

 

 

Get Involved

We welcome any residents from across the district who are invested in the financial health of our communities, the competitiveness of our schools and the future of our children. There are many ways you can contribute to our cause:

 

Sign up for our email list

Stay up to date on the latest news, election notifications and key dates.

Volunteer opportunities

Sign up to serve on one of our committees or volunteer on a one-time basis.

Make a donation

Every cent we raise through fundraising is critical to educate voters. 

 
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Thank you to our sponsors

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