Replacement Levy for Instructional Technology Improvements
Why is the school district putting a Replacement Levy for Instructional Technology Improvements on the ballot, and what would it pay for?
Our current technology levy is set to expire in 2018. The proposed Replacement Levy for Instructional Technology Improvements will allow the district to continue to provide learning and teaching resources for the next four years. The Replacement Levy for Instructional Technology Improvements will assist teachers and staff in their work to help students develop the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to be successful in a dynamic, digital world.
Technology funds would be used to continue to:
- Continue to support our students with reliable technology through a managed process of computer and related technology replacements and upgrades
- Expand the district’s wireless infrastructure
- Provide training and support to integrate new technology into classroom instruction
- Update and add instructional and assessment systems
What would the Replacement Levy for Instructional Technology Improvements cost (year, levy tax rate, levy amount)?
- 2018 - $0.50 - $3,825,000 (voter approved rate - actual collected is $0.44 and $3,827,339.64)
- 2019 - $0.50 - $5,030,000
- 2020 - $0.50 - $5,784,000
- 2021 - $0.50 - $6,651,000
- 2022 - $0.50 - $7,649,000
Note: Tax rates or levy amounts in years 2019-2022 represent projected estimates per $1,000 of assessed property value. The school district cannot collect more than the figures noted above.