Issue 4 on November 8, 2022 is a request for taxpayers to support a 1.75 mill 5-year general permanent improvement replacement levy to fund capital repairs and replacements in our schools. Passage will result in a NET DECREASE in current tax collection by the school district effective January 1, 2023. The current 1.25 mill 5-year general permanent improvement levy AND .75 mills of bond debt used to build some of their schools both expire for collection December 31, 2022.
Issue 4 will ensure a dedicated source of funds to cover expenses to repair and replace safety and security equipment, heating and cooling systems, school buses, facilities and campus infrastructure, and technology now that the schools are over 20 years old. Passage of Issue 4 will protect the $120 million dollar investment our community has made in building our school campus which now serves over 5,100 students daily.
Superintendent Sawyers explains the need for Issue 4
Treasurer/CFO, Rebecca Jenkins further explains the millage associated with Issue 4 and how it would provide a net tax decrease for taxpayers.
Treasurer/CFO Rebecca Jenkins outlines the basics of Issue 4 and district finances
Board of Education Vice-President, Paul Naumoff further discusses Issue 4.
Future Replacement Needs
Superintendent Sawyers takes you to the Chiller Farm to learn more about future replacement needs.
Superintendent Sawyers shares more info on needed repairs and replacements on the NAPLS campus
Superintendent Sawyers shares information on how Issue 4 would support future transportation needs.
Superintendent Sawyers shares information on how Issue 4 would support safety and security updates.
Superintendent Sawyers shares information on how Issue 4 would support technology infrastructure.