Tisbury Voters Resoundingly Back Another $26 Million for School Renovation
Casting paper ballots marked YES or NO, Tisbury voters overwhelmingly approved 373 to 112 nearly $26 million in new funding for the proposed school renovations.
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Tisbury School Renovation Decision to Come Before Voters Tuesday
Tisbury voters will weigh in at a special town meeting Tuesday on nearly $26 million in additional borrowing to complete the Tisbury School renovation project.
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Tisbury Fincom Backs $26 Million Ask for School Project
The Tisbury finance and advisory committee has voted 7-1 to recommend borrowing nearly $26 million in additional funds for the Tisbury school renovation and addition project. Voters will decide whether to approve the borrowing at a Sept. 20 special town meeting.
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Back to School - and Back to Normal for Island Students
Whatever feelings the Island's children may have about returning to school next Tuesday, Sept. 6, their principals, teachers, coaches and other campus leaders are eager to welcome them back for a school year with a return of cherished traditions.
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Vineyard Students Win Art Contest
Six students from the Vineyard are among the winners of the Steamship Authority's Sail into Imagination art contest.
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Price Tag Rises Sharply for Tisbury School Project
The Tisbury School project is an estimated $10 million over budget, forcing the school building committee to throttle back plans.
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Tisbury School Construction Set to Begin
Contractors are moving in for the two-year, $53 million renovation and addition at the Tisbury School.
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Schools Switch to Bottled Water After Lead Test
Tisbury School and Vineyard Montessori are using bottled water as they investigate elevated lead levels found in routine state testing.
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Tisbury School Principal Is True Shepherd
If you want to find John Custer this summer, head to the ocean.
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Tisbury School Overhaul Heads Back to Voters for a Second Time
Louisa Hufstader
A nearly 10-year effort to significantly overhaul the Island’s oldest town school is headed back to voters in Tisbury, where in June they will be asked to approve a $55 million bond measure.
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