Nov. 8 is an important day for our schools and the future of this city’s children. As students at the Marshfield High School, we learn from teachers and an extremely friendly staff who dedicate themselves to the success of their students. We realize the importance of a valuable and enriched educational experience, and this symbolizes the significance of the upcoming referendum regarding our school district. The school district currently provides us with a large variety of resources from extracurricular clubs, sports, and numerous Advanced Placement classes, which can reduce the cost of college. The Marshfield schools stand out against others in the state due to the variety of resources and the undeniable support of the staff.
A “yes” vote shows that the education of the future generations is valued and that Marshfield residents respect the hard work of our schools, teachers, and students. If the referendum is not passed, many cuts will take place, which will negatively affect everyone, as our schools will be unable to continue to exceed expectations, and the city will therefore face a tougher task in attracting families and promoting the local economy.
We, as students, would like to see the school district continue its efforts in producing the best students for the future of our community because our city and our country depend on the education of the future generations. We therefore request that you vote “yes” for the referendum and help achieve the best educational environment for the current and future students of this city.
The Marshfield High School Literature Club