An area elementary school is asking for your help to build a larger school. Members of the McDonald County School district are asking voters to pass a bond issue on election day. The bond would add 25-cents for every 100 dollars of assessed value. That money would go to build a larger school. This is the second time the bond has been put on the ballot in McDonald County. The bond failed by a narrow margin during the last election. If the issue is passed this time the new school would be located at Longview and Bowers corner. If passed the tax would be in affect for 15 years. Administrators say the school has far exceeded it`s capacity. "The classrooms were built for less than we do now. It`s hard to get enough room. We`ve also outgrown the facility. We`re starting to bring in modular classrooms and park beside. We`re just ready for a new facility and i think we`ll get it this time,"said Randy Smith, Superintendent of McDonald County Schools. Voters will be able to vote yes or no on the ballot issue next Tuesday, November the 5th.