Delaware district voters approve $115 million expansion plan
Three phases of a nearly $115.67 million construction plan were approved by voters in the Capital School District on Tuesday, according to results posted by the Department of Elections.
The “Straight A’s for Capital Students” campaign asked voters to approve adding and enhancing two middle schools, shifting Central Middle School into an elementary school and approving added operational revenue.
The plan was approved 1,746 to 801. The district also got the additional “operating expenses” it asked for with 1,661 voting in favor against 862.