After voters earlier this month overwhelmingly rejected the Wooster City School District’s bond issue for the construction of new buildings, the district says it will not be going back to voters anytime soon, and definitely not this year.  According to Superintendent Gabe Tuder, the district is heading back to the drawing board to try and come up with a master facilities plan that Wooster residents will be able to get behind and support.  Tuder says the next couple of months will be spent trying to develop a strategy to better engage with the community and get more public feedback.