Voters in the Canfield Local School District are getting a peek at what to expect if they approve a 7.5 mill, $104.9 million bond levy in November.

School Superintendent Joe Knoll unveiled an architect’s renderings of the proposed K-4 consolidated elementary and middle school buildings at the Board meeting last night.

Both two-story buildings would be festooned with an image of the district’s cardinal mascot. The drawing of the elementary school building shows large, colorful panels on the exterior.


If passed, the levy would also cover the cost of renovations at the current high school.

The levy would bring in $21.88 dollars per $100,000 of a home's value over 37 years.

The Master Plan includes the following:

  • New PK-4 school at Hilltop site ($40.7M)
  • New 5-8 middle school at CVMS site ($46M)
  • Building a second gym with the new middle school ($3.6M)
  • Select renovations to Canfield High School ($15M)
  • Abate or demolish Canfield Village Middle School and CH Campbell Elementary School ($1.7M, $524K)
  • Hilltop Elementary repurposed for Board of Education administration

Canfield taxpayers can figure out how much it will cost them on the website,

Superintendent Knoll has said the board currently does not have another way to fund the master plan if the levy doesn't pass.