Strong Schools, Stronger Community
2020 Replacement Levy

The Replacement Levy will continue funding of basic education programs and services for the years 2021-2024. Levy dollars are used for essential educational programs, maintenance, and general district operations not completely funded by the state or federal government.

VOTE by February 11, 2020

Ballots will be mailed on or around January 24, 2020. They must be returned to a ballot drop-box or postmarked by February 11, 2020. For the levy to pass, over 50% of voters must vote yes.

Why do we need this levy?

This levy supports school programs, teachers, and staff not fully funded by the state. It will:



  • Maintenance of grounds, facilities, and playfields
  • Supports for at-risk students


  • Student safety: counselors, health professionals, school resource officers (SROs)
  • Smaller class sizes
  • Special education teachers and paraprofessionals
  • Robust fine arts & music programs
  • Extracurricular & co-curricular activities, clubs, and athletics


  • Counseling & mental health supports
  • Early learning & academic achievement
  • STEM related training & student opportunities
  • Career exploration & opportunities
  • Technology & instructional materials

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