Chippewa Valley Schools and Berkley Public Schools are seeking to borrow a total of roughly $260 million to finance capital projects. They plan to seek voter approval for the new debt on the Feb. 23 ballot.

Berkley school officials have proposed a $168 million debt plan that would finance a new middle school and a new theater and arts center at the district’s high school.

Chippewa Valley is seeking voter approval for an $89 million bond proposal that would finance security cameras as well as science labs, new computers, and buses.

Officials said they are hopeful voters will approve the measure, as no new tax increase will be needed to pay off the debt.

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