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Levy 2021

Our Kids. Our Community. Our Future.

District taxpayers will be asked to renew an expiring operating levy on November 2, 2021, as well as consider new funding to help maintain quality learning and invest in technology for kids and classrooms. 

Time is running out on the district’s existing operating levy

The operating levy, which was originally passed in 2013, expires at the end of the 2021-2022 school year. If a new levy is not approved, the district will lose between $11 to $12 million (based on enrollment) in annual funding and would face significant reductions in staff and programs.

Vote November 2 2021

Question 1: Replacement Levy 

Maintain quality learning

Renew the expiring levy and provide additional revenue to help address a state funding gap, rising costs and inflation. 

Estimated tax impact = $0.17 per month*

Question 2: Technology Levy

Provide the tools kids need to learn

Provide technology for kids and classrooms and ensure a  dedicated funding source for ongoing technology needs. 

Estimated tax impact = $11.50 per month*

*Estimated tax impacts are based on district's $350,000 average value home

Learn About The Levy Request

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Learn about both levy questions and how they would help maintain quality learning and provide technology for kids and classrooms.

Hear how the district's first-ever technology levy would benefit kids, teachers and families and allow for anytime, anywhere learning.

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Listen as district leaders provide an overview of the levy questions and answer questions from community members.