Bond Referendum

November of 2022, in a historic show of unity, more than 80% of town voters backed the $188 million Bond Referendum to repair and modernize Montclair Public Schools’ long-neglected buildings and decaying infrastructure (11 schools and the administration building constructed more than 99 years ago on average). The Referendum includes 25 separate construction projects across the District, including HVAC upgrades totaling $75.7 million and nearly $27 million to upgrade classrooms. Each of Montclair’s public schools will receive needed improvements, with several of the oldest buildings — including Hillside ($25.5 million), Glenfield Middle School ($24.7 million), and Montclair High School ($48.5 million) — requiring the most extensive repairs. 

This page is dedicated to showcasing the project schedules/timelines, project updates (construction and architecture) and Board presentations to keep the public informed of the progress. 

If you still have questions regarding the Bond Referendum and its related projects, please email: [email protected].

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