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Darrington School District School District Proposition #1 is listed in the Washington Voters Guide below. The Progressive Voters Guide compiles the information that allows you to make informed decisions about the races on your ballot, based on your values. Vote in every race on your ballot! It's our right and our responsibility. Please share this guide with your friends and family.

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Vote YES on the Capital Levy for Safety, Security, and Facilities Improvement

Darrington School District School District Proposition #1 photo Darrington School District No. 330 is proposing the Capital Levy for Safety, Security, and Facilities Improvement. Deteriorating infrastructure and outdated alert systems in the school district affect children's ability to learn and stay safe in their schools. This four-year levy would begin in 2020 at a rate of $0.75 per $1,000 of assessed property value, and dropping to $0.69 in 2023, initially costing the owner of a media $242,000 home about $182 a year. Funds would go to the installation of emergency alert systems, building upgrades, modernizing school access, replacing the Darrington Elementary School roof, and other improvements.

Our students deserve a safe learning environment. Help them succeed by voting YES on the Capital Levy for Safety, Security, and Facilities Improvement! Read more...

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Vote YES on the Capital Levy for Safety, Security, and Facilities Improvement

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Darrington School District No. 330 is proposing the Capital Levy for Safety, Security, and Facilities Improvement. Deteriorating infrastructure and outdated alert systems in the school district affect children's ability to learn and stay safe in their schools. This four-year levy would begin in 2020 at a rate of $0.75 per $1,000 of assessed property value, and dropping to $0.69 in 2023, initially costing the owner of a media $242,000 home about $182 a year. Funds would go to the installation of emergency alert systems, building upgrades, modernizing school access, replacing the Darrington Elementary School roof, and other improvements.

Our students deserve a safe learning environment. Help them succeed by voting YES on the Capital Levy for Safety, Security, and Facilities Improvement!