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Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below school district races on your ballot.

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  • When our local schools are well-funded and properly resourced, the entire community benefits. Tacoma School District Proposition 1 would issue $650,000,000 of general obligation bonds (maturing within 25 years) in order to finance key neighborhood school improvements and safety upgrades.

    The proposition, if approved by voters, would authorize the district to replace five schools, improve K-12 learning environments throughout the district, implement upgrades to safety infrastructure, repair utility systems, improve ADA accessibility, and more. Major upgrades to several other schools would also be funded, including Franklin Elementary, Hilltop Heritage Middle School, and Silas High School. This measure is supported by local progressive leaders and an impressive number of community organizations, many of them related to youth services.

    The district states that if Proposition 1 is approved by voters, the increased cost to the average Tacoma homeowner would be $7.53 per month or $90 a year. 

    We know that in order to provide learning environments that bring the best out of all students, we need to invest in teachers, classroom resources, and supportive services for all needs. Vote to approve Tacoma School District Proposition 1 so that all Tacoma students have the environment and resources they need to get a strong education.

    Last updated: 2024-01-22

    When our local schools are well-funded and properly resourced, the entire community benefits. Tacoma School District Proposition 1 would issue $650,000,000 of general obligation bonds (maturing within 25 years) in order to finance key neighborhood school improvements and safety upgrades.

    The proposition, if approved by voters, would authorize the district to replace five schools, improve K-12 learning environments throughout the district, implement upgrades to safety infrastructure, repair utility systems, improve ADA accessibility, and more. Major upgrades to several other schools would also be funded, including Franklin Elementary, Hilltop Heritage Middle School, and Silas High School. This measure is supported by local progressive leaders and an impressive number of community organizations, many of them related to youth services.

    The district states that if Proposition 1 is approved by voters, the increased cost to the average Tacoma homeowner would be $7.53 per month or $90 a year. 

    We know that in order to provide learning environments that bring the best out of all students, we need to invest in teachers, classroom resources, and supportive services for all needs. Vote to approve Tacoma School District Proposition 1 so that all Tacoma students have the environment and resources they need to get a strong education.

    When our local schools are well-funded and properly resourced, the entire community benefits. Tacoma School District Proposition 1 would issue $650,000,000 of general obligation bonds (maturing within 25 years) in order to finance key neighborhood school improvements and safety upgrades.

    The proposition, if approved by voters, would authorize the district to replace five schools, improve K-12 learning environments throughout the district, implement upgrades to safety infrastructure, repair utility systems, improve ADA accessibility, and more. Major upgrades to several other schools would also be funded, including Franklin Elementary, Hilltop Heritage Middle School, and Silas High School. This measure is supported by local progressive leaders and an impressive number of community organizations, many of them related to youth services.

    The district states that if Proposition 1 is approved by voters, the increased cost to the average Tacoma homeowner would be $7.53 per month or $90 a year. 

    We know that in order to provide learning environments that bring the best out of all students, we need to invest in teachers, classroom resources, and supportive services for all needs. Vote to approve Tacoma School District Proposition 1 so that all Tacoma students have the environment and resources they need to get a strong education.

    Tacoma School District No. 10 Special Election - Proposition No. 1

    When our local schools are well-funded and properly resourced, the entire community benefits. Tacoma School District Proposition 1 would issue $650,000,000 of general obligation bonds (maturing within 25 years) in order to finance key neighborhood school improvements and safety upgrades.