The Macks Creek School district will be proposing a no-tax increase bond issue at the upcoming elections in April to help repair aging school buildings in the district. According to reports, a planning committee recently reviewed what needs to be done to bring the classrooms in compliance with the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education’s rules and regulations. The plans would call for adding more restrooms, constructing a cafeteria and commons area along with a kitchen and a larger multi-purpose area. School officials would also like to build a single secure entry point to keep students safe. This would be a no-tax increased project that would simply adjust current bond that the school already has.