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City of Vancouver

School ELECTION: February 12th, 2019

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School District Ballot Issues

Depending on where you live, you may be voting on the below school district ballot measures.

Vancouver Public Schools

Vancouver School District Proposition #3

Vote YES for Vancouver Schools

YES
The Vancouver School District No. 37 is proposing a 4-year replacement levy to continue funding education programs not funded by the state. Proposition No. 3 would maintain the current levy at $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed taxable; the owner of a median $347,000 home would continue to pay $520 per year. This existing property tax would raise an average of $36 million per year for basic school operations like textbooks and staff. Vote yes on Proposition No. 3 so that our students can continue to thrive in Vancouver schools!

Vancouver School District Proposition #4

Vote YES For Technology Improvements for Vancouver Schools

YES
Vancouver School District No. 37 has proposed a 6-year levy to update technology and software for students as well as provide digital training for teachers. Proposition No. 4 would collect an average of $8 million per year through a property tax of $0.32 per $1,000 of assessed value in 2020 that drops to $0.30 in 2024, costing the owner of a median $347,000 home an average of $70 per year. This measure will be invalided if voters reject Proposition 3. Vote yes on Proposition 4 to ensure all students have the digital tools and training they need for 21st-century jobs and civic life!

Evergreen Schools

Evergreen School District Proposition #1

Vote Yes on Evergreen School District Proposition #1

YES
The Clark County Evergreen School District is proposing Proposition No. 1 to provide funding for educational programs and operations expenses not funded by the state. If approved, $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed property value in the district will be raised from 2020 to 2022. Vote yes to help our students receive every possibly opportunity to succeed.

Evergreen School District Proposition #4

Vote YES to Upgrade Evergreen Schools

YES
Our students deserve the best possible opportunity to succeed, and Proposition No. 4 seeks to provide those opportunities through a technology project levy. This six-year levy provides funding for updated technology, software, and digital learning tools for classrooms in all schools at a rate of $0.37 per $1,000 in assessed value. Vote yes on Proposition No. 4 to give the students of the Evergreen School District the digital education they need to thrive in school and beyond.