2020-21 Budget Highlights
Vote: Tuesday, June 16, 2020 (by absentee ballot only)
- Budget: $117,979,501 million
- Tax levy increase: .47%
- Spending increase: 1.43%
- Estimated tax rate decrease: .90%
- Vote: 2,946 yes votes to 999 no votes.
- No staff cuts
Incumbent Linda Harrison reelected
Samuel Johnson elected
Read more about the 2020-21 budget.
Vote: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Budget total: $116,318,100
Tax levy increase: 3.29%
Spending increase: 4.7%
Estimated tax rate increase: 1.90%
Vote: 1,026 yes votes to 392 no votes.
- Seven new teaching positions were added to address growing enrollment.
Incumbent Pennie Grinnell reelected
Matt Cannon elected
Read more about the 2019-20 budget.
Vote: Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Budget total: $111.1 million
Tax Levy Increase: 3.10 percent
Spending Increase: 3.6 percent
Estimated Tax Rate Increase: 1.90 percent
Vote: 1,434 yes votes to 489 votes against
- School Resource Officer assigned to Shaker High School
- Mental health clinic in a district school building that will provide 24-hour/12-month access for enrolled students and families
- Several programs and courses to further prepare students for college and careers in the 21st Century
- 21st Century Performance and Fitness Educational Center to be created by re-purposing existing physical education space
- Director of K-12 Teaching, Learning & Innovation who will work with building principals and K-12 district supervisors in the subject areas of English Language Arts, math, science, social studies and world languages
- Establishes a capital reserve fund to allow the district to set aside money for future construction projects.
- 1,503 yes votes to 417 votes against
- No impact on taxpayers
Incumbent Sandy Pangburn reelected
Michelle Dischiavo elected
Read more about the 2018-19 budget.
Vote: Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Budget total: $107.2 million
Spending Increase: 1.8 percent
Tax Levy Increase: 2.47 percent
Tax Rate Increase: 0.94% or $0.24 per $1,000 of assessed value
Vote: 3,116 yes votes to 1,054 no votes, a margin of 75 percent
Incumbent Paula D’Orazio reelected