Proposition 1 – Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy
Quick look – The four-year replacement levy would provide $8,450,000 in 2019, $7,800,000 in 2020, $7,820,000 in 2021 and $7,820,000 in 2022.
Proceeds will fund:
- Additional Classroom
- Special Education Services
- Music Specialists
- Physical Ed Specialists
- Gifted/Remediation Program
- Educational Assistants
- Extracurricular Activities
- Textbooks/Library Books
- Support Staff
- Student Transportation
- Food Service Staff
- Staff Training
- After-School Programs
Proposition 2 – Technology and Capital Projects Replacement Levy
Quick look – This four-year replacement levy would provide $2,845,000 for collection in each year of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Proceeds will fund:
- Student-Issued Devices grades 6-12
- Classroom Laptop Carts grades 3-5
- iPads grades K-2
- Student Learning Software
- Staff Computer Replacements
- Classroom Modernizations
- Wireless Display Panels
- Increase & Upgrade Wireless
- Network/Infrastructure Upgrades
- Replacement Security Cameras
- Community Notification Software
- District Robotics Program
- Career & Technical Education (CTE) Program Equipment
- Continued Staff Training
- Portable Additions and Replacement
- Technology Support Staff
- Facility Repair and Maintenance
Proposition 3 – Transportation Vehicle Fund Levy
Quick look – the proceeds from this bond will purchase new buses to serve growing student enrollment and to replace existing buses that no longer adequately meet transportation and student safety needs. This is two-year levy that would provide $640,000 in 2019 and $640,000 in 2020.
|Approx. local levy tax per $1,000 AV||Current|
|Prop #1 Replacement EP&O||$2.22||$1.93*||$1.65*||$1.53*||$1.42*|
|Prop #2 Replacement Technology & Capital Levy||$0.46||$0.65||$0.60||$0.56||$0.52|
|Total $/year per $1,000||$2.68||$2.73||$2.39||$2.09||$1.94|
*Current state plan will change the amounts above to $1.50 per $1,000 assessed valuation
Note: The Riveriew School District website did not include information about upcoming changes to the state property tax rate to pay for education across the state.
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About this series: EEN’s School District Ballot Measure Overview provides voters with information about the February 2018 levy/bond ballot measures, compiled from each school district’s website. EEN intern Cami Brix contributed to this series.