(PARK HILLS, Mo.) – The Central School District has now locked in on a $6 million number for their impending April no-tax-increase bond issue.

Superintendent Dr. Ashley McMillian explains the thinking, referencing specifically the HVAC system at the high school which is currently 24 years old.

McMillian tells us more about what the increase from $5 million to $6 million can do for the district.

And they’re looking at security upgrades too.

In addition, the district is looking at parking lot upgrades such as a complete overhaul of the rear section of the high school parking lot.

Folks can vote on the bond issue in April.