Bay City School District trustees are looking at the possibility of selling up to $30 million dollars in bonds for major school upgrades. Superintendent Doctor Stephen Bigelow says district voters would likely see the issue on the ballot in May, 2020.

Bigelow said the bond would be used for building improvements, technology upgrades and replacing older school buses. The various projects would be completed over a three to five year period.

The Bay City School Board has not set a time frame for a final decision to seek the bond proposal.