The Warren Local School Board is hoping it's five times the charm for its bond issue.
Monday night, the board passed the first resolution to put a 21 mill bond issue on November's ballot that would pay for three K-6 grade elementary schools.
The proposed schools would be located where the current buildings are located.
The board is also proposing to build a new middle school for seventh and eighth graders to be located next to the current high school.
Superintendent Tom Gibbs says the board got input from the public and believes a smaller project like this one would be more acceptable to voters.
The district's previously proposed levy failed four times.