Mukilteo Schools Plan Two Ballot Measures For February

December 1, 2017

Everett Schools

Everett won’t be the only District in Snohomish County asking voters for money. This week the Mukilteo School District released information on a pair of levy requests…


Mukilteo Schools will be asking for voter approval of two levy requests in February

The Mukilteo School Board adopted resolutions during its meeting on Monday that will place two school ballot measures before voters on February 13, 2018. Voters will consider the approval of an Educational Programs Levy and a Technology Capital Projects Levy.

The Educational Programs Levy would replace a similar measure that was called an Educational Maintenance and Operations Levy when it was approved by voters in 2014. That levy is scheduled to expire at the end of 2018. The new four-year levy, which would be in place from 2019 through 2022, will pay for programs and activities that are not funded by the state.

The Technology Capital Projects Levy would also be in place for four years and would collect a total of $22 million to increase student access to classroom technology, modernize computers used by students and staff, expand the fiber optic and wireless networks in schools, and modernize classroom presentation technology, such as projectors and screens.
Look for more details about the two proposals, such as their impact on property taxes, during the months ahead.


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