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City of Bainbridge Island

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.

Central Kitsap Schools

Central Kitsap School District Proposition #1

Vote YES for Central Kitsap Schools

YES
Central Kitsap School District No. 401 has proposed a three-year levy to raise $18 million per year for basic school operations and educational enrichment programs. This would replace the existing levy at the same level of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value, costing the owner of a median $361,000 home $541 per year. Vote yes to continue to offer all Central Kitsap students a quality education!

Bainbridge Schools

Bainbridge School District Proposition #1

Vote YES to Upgrade Bainbridge Schools

YES
Bainbridge School District No. 303 has proposed a six-year levy to raise $2.5 million per year for building and maintenance. The levy would replace the Bainbridge High School 100 building and making roofing, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, energy conservation, and security improvements at seven other schools. The estimated property tax levy of $0.30 per $1,000 of assessed value would cost the owner of a median $831,000 home $249 per year. Vote yes to ensure that Bainbridge Island's schools give every student a safe and healthy environment to succeed!

Bremerton Schools

Bremerton School District Proposition #1

Vote YES to Upgrade Bremerton Schools

YES
Bremerton School District No. 100-C has proposed a one-year levy to raise $7.6 million for capital projects. The district would use the funds to implement security upgrades, repair roofing, upgrade the heating and air conditioning system, and complete other essential maintenance projects. The estimated $3.19 property tax per $1,000 of assessed value would cost the owner of a median $298,000 home approximately $950. Vote yes on Proposition 1 to ensure all Bremerton students have safe and comfortable facilities where they have the best opportunity to learn!