About Prop R (2024)

  • Prop R is a $150 million no-tax-rate-increase bond issue proposal that will support building equity across elementary schools, much needed middle school renovations, safety upgrades districtwide and a PK-12 agricultural STEM learning center on the Concord Farmers Club site.

    Because Prop R is a no-tax-rate-increase bond issue proposal, this means the district’s current debt service tax rate of $0.8330 per $100 of assessed valuation of real and personal property would not change.

    If approved, Prop R will support:

    1. Improved safety and security districtwide to match recent improvements at Lindbergh High School

    2. Site improvements for traffic and parking districtwide

    3. Remodeling at Sperreng Middle School, and Concord and Sappington elementary schools

    4. Renovation of Truman Middle School

    5. Construction of new, standalone gymnasiums/storm shelters at Crestwood, Kennerly and Long elementary schools

    6. Construction of PK-12 agricultural STEM learning center at Concord Farmers Club

    7. Refinancing of existing leases

    The district will provide more information about Prop R 2024 projects in coming weeks.

    For informational purposes only.
    Paid for by Lindbergh Schools, 9350 Sappington Road, St. Louis MO 63126; Dr. Tony Lake, Superintendent of Schools

Prop R News and Updates

The Prop R 2024 Logo. It features a large white letter R over lines of yellow and green. Prop R is written in black.