2 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Harold D. Fayette School.
The district proposes a $29,936,000 school budget for 2015-16, a 1.42 percent increase from the current $29,517,000. The local tax levy would rise 1.11 percent, from $21,138,606 to $21,374,087. The increase is within the state's tax cap limit of 2.18 percent, so a simple majority vote will be required to approve the budget. School taxes on the average single-family house would increase 1.09 percent, from $4,302.23 to $4,349.10.
The proposed school budget includes estimated teacher salary increases, subject to negotiation. Current staffing and program levels are maintained.
A ballot proposition would authorize the district to spend up to $14,650,000 for improvements, including new windows, boilers, heating, site work and safety systems at its three schools. Another proposition establishes a capital reserve fund of up to $3 million for improvements to district facilities. The ballot measures would not cause the district to surpass the district's tax cap.
Incumbents Neil Brown and Steve Enella are running unopposed. Terms are three years.