2018 Election

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Two Renewal Levies on the February 2018 Ballot 

On February 13, 2018, the district will place two ballot measures before voters to maintain support for local schools. Both measures are replacement levies, taking place of the expiring levies approved by voters in 2014. Together the ballot measures total about $9.6 million in 2019. A $400,000 homeowner will pay about $80 less in annual taxes for these local levies. 


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PROPOSITION 1: REPLACEMENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND OPERATIONS LEVY
 

This funding continues: 

  • Advanced Placement and Career & Technical education courses
  • Addressing special education needs
  • Full operation of buses and transportation department 
  • School counselors, mental health counselors and nurses 
  • Sports, clubs and activities 
  • Early learning
  • Maintenance, custodial and food services 
Collection Years Approximate Levy Rate/$1,000 Assessed Value Levy Amount
2019 $1.27  $7,623,438
2020 $1.27 $7,852,141
2021 $1.27 $8,087,705
2022 $1.27 $8,330,336


PROPOSITION 2: REPLACEMENT TECHNOLOGY AND SAFETY LEVY 

This funding continues: 

  • School safety upgrades 
  • Replacing aging computers, printers, servers and document cameras 
  • Staff training to integrate technology into classroom learning 
  • Purchasing online tools and materials to enhance classroom learning 
  • Funding school tech specialists
  • Upgrading wireless Internet 
Collection Years Approximate Levy Rate/$1,000 Assessed Value Levy Amount
2019 $0.33 $1,997,750
2020 $0.33 $2,067,750
2021 $0.33 $2,127,750
2022 $0.33 $2,197,750


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Questions? Contact the Superintendent's Office at 360-293-1211





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