Spending / Pass (2,173 to 938)

$241,343,722, a 4.30% increase from the current $231,391,038.

Tax levy

2.67% increase, from $127,905,799 to $131,318,680. This is within the district’s 2.67% tax-cap limit, so a simple majority vote is required for approval.

Teacher pay, jobs

The proposed budget includes increases in teacher salaries. The budget also calls for hiring six full-time teachers, three teaching assistants, two custodians, and one computer aide. The proposed spending also would fund the creation of a new math program.  

Propositions / Pass (2,133 to 994)

A proposition asks voters to approve $85.37 million in new borrowing to replace ventilators across the district as well as other upgrades to heating and cooling systems in cafeterias and gyms. The money would also fund construction of a multipurpose athletic field with lighting, bleachers, video scoreboards, a sound system and press box. 

If approved, the proposition would not affect the tax levy.


The terms are three years. Vote for 3, elected at-large.

Incumbents Jennifer A. Krieger (1,614), Marc A. Negrin (1,663), and Bernadette M. Smith (1,326), all were re-elected to the board, defeating challengers Bryan S. Frascogna (1,168), Lauren Kuban (1,163) and Howard R. Valan (751).


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