Milestones, upward trends, and hoped for improvements in financing the basics from Thursday’s first ever Port Huron Schools State of the District report. It was delivered by Superintendent James Cain to a board of education meeting room full house of local officials. He is calling it a turnaround district and is asking for the public’s help in keeping the forward momentum. That could be helped a lot by a vote coming up in May where if approved a pair of bond issues would enhance every building in the district of 92-hundred students. Board of Education President Jeffrey Stout says they will be busy over the next few weeks with dozens of appearances. Cain says he has 25 community groups already lined up to talk to. The district’s web site features a series of documents and slide shows on how officials came up with the bond asking and what would be accomplished if they are approved. Simply click on the bond link on the home page of the district’s website at www.phasd.us. The presentation will also be available from the district’s cable station and excerpts from the event will be heard of the local radio program Blue Water Beat on Sunday.