Created: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 05:42:00 CST
Updated: Wed, 13 Nov 2013 10:06:35 CST
Ballots for Shelton's special election were due in Tuesday night by five and now the unofficial results are in.
It looks as though Shelton will begin their $3.4 million project, aimed at improving safety and wellness of students.
The multi-million bond issue passed with 63% in support and 37% against.
Superintendent Brian Redinger said the project will drastically cut down on school safety issues with the addition of a central office. The new office will require visitors to check before entering the school.
The bond also included the addition of a second gym. Shelton students have struggled with late night practices in the past, as they were forced to wait for the school's only gym.