support-plymouth-kidsCitizens in the Plymouth Community School Corporation who may have some questions on the referendum that will appear on the May 7th Municipal Primary Ballot could find some answers on a website created by the school corporation. has a section of frequently asked questions where citizens can read the exact language of the referendum that will be on the ballot.  You can see a wage comparison for first year teachers with other schools and see a chart showing the state support per student in different school corporations.

The website also details the corporation’s plan to accommodate operating costs after the eight years and gives information on the impact of the rate on property taxes for homeowners and businesses. You can also see the current property tax rate for the Plymouth Community School Corporation and learn what will happen if the referendum fails.

Other information on the website details how cuts are made to the teaching staff and corporation costs for athletics and extra-curriculars.

Citizens who reside within the PCSC boundaries can also see what the funds raised from the referendum will be used for.

Remember, while this is a municipal election on May 7th, registered voters in the Plymouth School Corporation will have to opportunity to vote for or against the referendum on the primary ballot.