Spending / Pass (645 to​174)​

$244,184,593, a 2.28% increase from the current $238,750,337.

Tax levy

A 2.12% decrease, from $89,052,558 to $87,162,032. This is within the district’s 2.27% tax-cap limit, so a simple majority vote is required for approval.

Teacher pay, jobs

The proposed budget includes funding for additional teachers, a social worker, instructional coaches, cleaners, a clerical position, security aides and extracurricular club advisers. It also includes funding for seven new courses at the high school and a clinical medical assistant program, along with enhancements to some existing programs.

Propositions / Pass (704 to 102)

Proposition 3 seeks authorization to spend up to $2.5 million from the 2017 Capital Reserve Fund.

Passed 607-195

Proposition 4 seeks to modify school transportation eligibility, effective at the start of the 2024-25 school year.

Candidates

The terms are three years. Vote for 1, elected at-large.

Sunday F. Coward (637)  (incumbent) is running unopposed

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