Didn’t we just build a new high school? Why are renovations needed?

Goochland County Public Schools (GCPS) is committed to protecting the community's investment in its school facilities. However, not only do facilities wear out over time, but they also become outdated. This facility needs specific renovations to meet the technological and instructional needs of our high school program in the future. Furthermore, as the population in Goochland grows, so does our high school enrollment. GCPS finds itself in a higher class of athletic competition which demands more facilities for more teams as well as more spaces for specialized fine arts, career and technology classes. GCPS, therefore, needs to expand and renovate our county-wide high school to be an effective and efficient learning environment for another 20 or 30 years.

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1. Is the School division going to build a castle?
2. Is the new elementary school going to cost $60 Million?
3. What is going to happen to the current Goochland Elementary School?
4. Didn’t we just build a new high school? Why are renovations needed?
5. When are Byrd and Randolph Elementary Schools going to be replaced?
6. Why should I vote for this if I don’t have children or grandchildren in school?
7. My students go to Randolph Elementary. Why should I support this referendum?
8. Will the Bulldog Way road improvements make it safer for me to pick up my child from school?
9. What is wrong with the current Goochland Elementary School? Why do you need a new school?
10. Why aren’t the Bulldog Way improvements being done by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT)?
11. What is the timeline for the School Projects?