The Glenwood Community School District will hold a special election on Feb. 3 to determine if the district will be allowed to pursue a 10-year Instructional Support Levy (ISL), effective July 1, 2009.
The district has been holding public meetings since September to discuss the ISL. If passed, the ISL would allow the district to pursue general fund revenue for curriculum improvements, new teachers and technology purchases.
Glenwood is just one of two school districts in the Hawkeye 10 Conference and 23 statewide that does not currently have an ISL in place.
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