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  • Highline School District’s Educational Programs and Operations levy is expiring at the end of 2022. Proposition 1 would replace it and maintain vital funding for nurses, special education, counselors, athletics, advanced courses, extracurricular activities, transportation, and other education services the state does not fully fund.

    Proposition 1 is not a new tax, but a renewal of the current levy at a new proposed property tax rate of $2.50 per $1000 of assessed home value, starting in 2023. The levy is projected to generate more than $60 million a year for four years, which is more necessary than ever as the district recovers from the impact of COVID-19 and online learning.

    The Educational Programs and Operations Levy is an essential source of public revenue for the Highline School District. Vote “Yes” to approve Highline School District No. 401, Proposition 1.
    Highline School District’s Educational Programs and Operations levy is expiring at the end of 2022. Proposition 1 would replace it and maintain vital funding for nurses, special education, counselors, athletics, advanced courses, extracurricular activities, transportation, and other education services the state does not fully fund.

    Proposition 1 is not a new tax, but a renewal of the current levy at a new proposed property tax rate of $2.50 per $1000 of assessed home value, starting in 2023. The levy is projected to generate more than $60 million a year for four years, which is more necessary than ever as the district recovers from the impact of COVID-19 and online learning.

    The Educational Programs and Operations Levy is an essential source of public revenue for the Highline School District. Vote “Yes” to approve Highline School District No. 401, Proposition 1.

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