Since we do not yet live in the area, I am not able to go to the board meetings. I guess my question boils down to this: Do the taxpayers vote for school-related bonds? or against? Having a good school system is usually a source of pride and keeps property values high, but when we toured neighborhoods, I was shocked at the quality of the physical plants of the schools. The schools I'm referring to are: Dey, First Colonial, Trantwood, Kings Grant. We saw Cox first and thought it looked like a prison, but after we saw the others, we realized it was the best one of the bunch! Any local knowledge about upgrade plans would be appreciated.