Ki-Be Wants Community to Learn About Proposed School Levy
Coming in April, Ki-Be parents will be able to attend any of 3 public forums, to get information about the school district's proposed levy.
The Ki-Be School District proposes a two year plan which would take care of a lot of activities and needs in the District. According to the District:
"The District’s two-year levy would be collected at $1.445 million in 2022 and $1.561 million in 2023 at a projected tax rate of $1.50 per $1,000 assessed property value. If approved, these local dollars will stay local and help pay for educational programs in Kiona-Benton City that are not fully funded by the state, including athletics, music, technology support, special education, class size, nurses, counselors, safety staff, advanced courses, and extracurricular activities."
Here is an image from the District, showing a breakdown of how the funding is distributed from such levy proposals.
Parents and citizens are invited to attend one or more of three forums, according to the District:
"The forums are scheduled to take place in English on Thursday, April 1st and 15th, and in Spanish on Tuesday, April 13th. All forums will begin at 6:30 PM at the Kiona-Benton City High School Performing Arts Center (PAC) and may be attended in-person or remotely via Zoom."
According to the School District, the voting will take place April 21st. of this year.
For more information about the meetings, click on the button below.
For more details on the levy itself, click on this button below.
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