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Registered voters have until noon Tuesday to turn in their ballots on the Circle school district's $37 million bond proposal.
The election is being held through a mail-in vote. Ballots must be turned in to the Butler County Clerk's Office.
The proposal would commit $30 million to a new high school. The current Circle High School has been home to students for 50 years.
"It's been real supportive," said Superintendent Jim Keller on feedback he has heard. "A lot depends right now on the economic times."
If approved, other funding would be directed for more classroom space and a tornado shelter at Oil Hill Elementary. Circle Towanda Intermediate School and Circle Benton Elementary would add new air conditioning units.
The project would add about $6.60 in taxes on a $100,000 home per month.