Election Update

Walled Lake Schools passes millage, welcomes new board members

The Walled Lake Consolidated School District’s Building and Site Sinking Fund millage renewal was approved by the community with 30,242 votes in the general election on Tuesday, November 8. 

As a result of the communities strong support of this millage renewal, the District will continue to be able to ensure its facilities continue to be well maintained and in good repair for the next 10 years. 

Dr. John Bernia, WLCSD superintendent of schools, said: “Thank you to the Walled Lake Schools community for the continued support we have received as a result of this successful millage renewal. We are appreciative and remain humbled by the community’s trust in our commitment to serve every child, every day.” 

Walled Lake Schools also welcomes three new members of its Board of Education as part of the November 8 election. Julie Fernandez, Shayna Levin and Christy Tice who will formally join the Board in January 2023 and serve six year terms. 

“We congratulate our newest Board of Education members as they make a commitment to serve our education community. We would also like to thank our outgoing Board of Education members, Nancy van Leuwen, Christopher Titus and Denise Dunn for their years of service to the students, staff and families of the Walled Lake Consolidated School District,” added Dr. Bernia.