• On June 9, residents of the Christina School District will be asked to vote on four proposals to help our District retain, rebuild and restore programs, services, facilities, and staff positions. CSD is committed to finding solutions that best serve our students and community. The capital and operating referendum will help with major building renovations, new learning environments, day-to-day operations including funding for students, instructional materials, teaching and support staff positions and benefits.

    • The Capital Referendum funds updating and replacing major building systems and addressing critical maintenance and facilities challenges in Christina schools.

    • The Operating Referendum  funds day-to-day operations to include funding for students, instructional supplies, teacher and staff salaries and benefits, utilities and more.
  • One VOTE can change the lives of many.

    Vote in person or absentee

    The stability in our communities has a lot to do with our partnerships to maintain the excellence of Christina schools. Investment in our schools is an investment in our communities.

    Together we will create change and find solutions that best serve our students and reflect the priorities of our community. 

  • Retain Retain teaching and school support staff positions. Increase funding for students, school instructional budgets for books, classroom supplies and materials

  • rebuild Rebuild new learning environments and major building systems to better serve our students and support school safety and security initiatives with input from community

  • Restore. Restore partnerships with staff, parents and the community. Address critical maintenance and facilities improvement needs and renovate key instructional areas

  • Tax Impact

    For the average home in our school district, taxpayers are being asked to invest less than a dollar a day to be phased in over three years (29₵, 5₵, 5₵). The average assessed property value in our district is less than $65K. Learn more.

  • Yes, you can vote absentee!

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  • FAST FACT: Outstanding public schools translate into higher property values for homeowners

About Christina

  • The Christina School District is a Delaware public school system, serving more than 14,400 students and employing 2,600 people. Our district currently serves the City of Newark and its surrounding suburban areas as well as a portion of the City of Wilmington.

    Christina has 2 early education centers, 14 elementary schools, 2 elementary/middle schools, 3 middle schools, and 3 high schools. In addition, the District is home to the Brennen School (Delaware Autism Program), Delaware School for the Deaf, Douglass School, REACH Program, Middle School Honors Academy at Christiana High School, Networks School for Employability Skills, and Sarah Pyle Academy.

  • Vote! June 9
    Retain. Rebuild. Restore. 
    Working together to create change.