The Marysville School District Board of Directors took action at their regular session meeting on October 20, 2021, to adopt Resolution No. 2022-11; Replacement Educational Programs and Operations Levy (Proposition 1), and Resolution No. 2022-12; Replacement Technology and Capital Projects Levy (Proposition 2). Both measures are for tax years 2023 - 2026 and will replace the current measures set to expire at the end of the 2022 tax year.
The replacement levy propositions will go before voters on February 8, 2022, with a combined lower tax rate, reducing the burden of cost to taxpayers by .30 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value.
Successful passage of these replacement measures on February 8, will provide educational program and operations levy funds to enable the District to maintain the current level of support for:
Athletics and extra-curricular programs including art and music programs
Smaller class sizes
Nurses, librarians, and counselors
Students with disabilities
The technology and capital levy funds will continue the enhancement and implementation of technology systems including:
Technology infrastructure and hardware, including one-to-one devices and the most updated instructional and innovative technology.
Staff training for the effective integration of technology in the classroom.
Keeping our classrooms up-to-date with modern technology.
This levy will also allow the District to acquire, construct, equip, and make other capital improvements to facilities including health and safety improvements, including (but not limited to):
Roof and Siding Replacements
Fire System Updates
New Playground Equipment
Improved Security Systems
For more information about the replacement levy measures, contact David Cram, Executive Director of Finance and Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org, (360) 965-0094, or visit the Marysville School District website at www.msd25.org.