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Bill Gilhaus

Superintendent

USD 231

HQ Phone:  (913) 856-2000

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USD 231

231 E Madison St

Gardner, Kansas, 66030

United States

Company Description

At USD 231, our goal is to make sure we keep area realtors and developers informed about school district topics that are important to you and your buyers, especially as we grow and build. With this goal in mind, we have developed a set of communication tools t...more

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Employment History

Superintendent

Gardner EDGE


Assistant Superintendent

De Soto Junior High School


Affiliations

Gardner Edgerton School District

Board Member


Southwest Johnson County Economic Development Council

Board Member


Johnson County Airport Commission

Board Member


Johnson County Community College

Board Member


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http://www.usd231.org/webUSD231/Forms/SubPage.aspx?menu=205_0_9

Dr. Bill Gilhaus, Superintendent


Welcome to Southwest Johnson County Economic Development Corporation

Dr. Bill GilhausSuperintendentUSD #231


http://kansasfirstnews.com/2014/02/28/gardner-edgerton-superintendent-2-others-fired/

The Kansas City Star reports (http://bit.ly/1mKgZEi ) the Gardner Edgerton board of education voted 4-3 Thursday to fire Superintendent Bill Gilhaus; Lana Gerber, executive director of human resources and administrative services, and Christy Ziegler, executive director of educational services.


Gardner Area Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Bill Gilhaus
Dr. Bill Gilhaus Board Member USD 231 913.856.2000


City staff await new council before investigating school proposal - Gardner News

However, USD 231 Superintendent Bill Gilhaus said the school district is not a developer.
That's one reason school officials are asking for the city's help. "A developer is a business whose soul purpose is to develop for profit," Gilhaus said. Gilhaus said a Grand Street extension funded partially by the city would be better for the community. "If the school district had to fund the entire amount, we probably wouldn't put in an arterial or connector road," he said. "We could put in a private drive coming in just off of Moonlight. It's going to affect the size and the quality of that street." The city's master plan does call for an extension of Grand Street from Center Street to Moonlight Road eventually. "This would be moving up the city's time frame," Gilhaus said. "And as you're aware, the only east-west arterial road between Moonlight and Center Street is 183rd (Street)." Although the district owns extra land near PRMS, Gilhaus said school officials will ask voters to approve an elementary school and a middle school in the center of town east of Center Street and south of the railroad tracks. The land the district owns near PRMS will only accommodate an elementary school. "We need an elementary school and a middle school," Gilhaus said. "It's much more cost effective if you can put both in one site... If all we needed was an elementary school, we could explore that option." Gilhaus said school officials briefly examined the possibility of building the new elementary school near PRMS. "The boundaries do not work out well," Gilhaus said. Gilhaus has yet to say how much the district will request voters spend on the new schools, however he estimated the cost would be between $60 million and $70 million during a joint council and school board meeting in early March. He told officials the bond issue would result in a mill levy increase for local property owners. Gilhaus said school officials are sensitive to the city's financial limitations. "But our rapidly increasing student population requires two new schools, and when you build schools, you have to have infrastructure, which means sewer, water, electricity and streets," he said.


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